Shannon L. Alder Quotes

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Shannon L. Alder


If your children know who God is they will know who they are, regardless of where you or they call home.

Shannon L. Alder


Sometimes the reason God doesn't show up to win your battles is because he already put inside of you the power to end it.

Shannon L. Alder


Time doesn't heal all wounds, only distance can lessen the sting of them.

Shannon L. Alder


You might lose battles in your life time. However, every person that stands bravely on the side of justice, for people that have no voice, wins the true battle---Gods.

Shannon L. Alder


It is better to stay single and wait for the one that makes sense then to marry someone that makes absolutely no sense. The moment you settle is when the one person that makes all the sense in the world shows up and Satan sits back and enjoys your spiritual meltdown.

Shannon L. Alder


Every romantic knows that love was never a noun; it is a verb.

Shannon L. Alder


The only real battle in life is between hanging on and letting go.

Shannon L. Alder



Feelings are something you have; not something you are.

Shannon L. Alder


Your tears are never invisible---there is always an insecure woman that lights up when you point them out.

Shannon L. Alder


There are many types of marriage relationships and all of them can work, but none is sadder than the one that doesn't represent peace in your heart.

Shannon L. Alder


It is not your beauty, success or money that should define you; neither should your church calling, your charitable contributions or talents. Humility is the cornerstone of character, by which God judges our truth worth, and wisdom is the door he opens when we use it.

Shannon L. Alder


Heroes are not made. They are born out of circumstances and rise to the occasion when their spirit can no longer coexist with the hypocrisy of injustice to others.

Shannon L. Alder


Never sever ties with a family member you once loved. Each of you might be on different spiritual paths, but both trails are leading you home.

Shannon L. Alder


Principles are meant to serve people, not people serving to uphold the principle, while harming the people.

Shannon L. Alder