Bumps is a random collection of sayings that appeal to me. That, and the fact that they must fit on a bumper sticker, are the only things they have in common. Enjoy.
God has all the power that love has.
God blesses God's work done God's way.
Christ's body doing Christ's work with Christ's heart.
Why is there not another word for "synonym?"
If at first you don't succeed, perhaps sky diving isn't for you.
People without psychological problems are just not normal.
Live from a centre which is centred in God.
Why is "abbreviation" such a long word?
Eat right. Keep fit. Die anyway.
No justice without joy; no duty without delight; no service without satisfaction.
What if the hokey pokey really is what it's all about?
I find it impossible to really say how amazingly fantastic "hyperbole" truly is.
Loving God leads to loving who God loves the way God loves.
When you are in a crazy making situation, the only sane response is to go crazy.
If you are not part of the solution, you are part of the precipitate.
Life is hard then you die.
No matter where you go, there you are.
Faith without fruitfulness is just a good idea.
The Way of Jesus is not a belief, vision, faith or inspiration; it is practice, practice, practice.
Faith must be expressed to be experienced, and experienced to be known, and known to be trusted.
A life aligned with God's heart is a blessing.
There are at least two ways to go crazy:
1. Leave into God's hands the work that only you can do; or
2. Take into your own hands the work that only God can do.
Sanity is knowing which is which.
Saying you're spiritual but don't like organized religion is like saying
you're romantic but don't like dating.
Walk a mile in their shoes before criticizing someone;
That way you will be a mile away from them, and you'll have their shoes!
Just dabble! (Fie on Nike!)
(All the credit for this one goes to Jenny Hall, The Globe and Mail, January 1, 2008, The Life Section Essay.)
I have not yet begun to procrastinate!
Did you know that "gullible" isn't in the dictionary?
When I asked someone what "luddite" meant, they told me to Google it.