Joseph Franklin Rutherford Quotes and its meanings

Joseph Franklin Rutherford has written on many topics. Some of the topics he has discussed most are as follows;

God Happiness Imagination Intelligence Knowledge Money Peace Relationship

Joseph Franklin Rutherford quotes about Imagination

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What does Joseph Franklin Rutherford write about?

Joseph Franklin Rutherford has written on many topics but he is most famous for his work about god, happiness, imagination, intelligence, knowledge, money, peace & relationship. People always share God quotes, Happiness quotes, imagination, intelligence, knowledge, money, peace & relationship from his literary works.

What are the top most famous quotes by Joseph Franklin Rutherford?

Here are the top most famous quotes by Joseph Franklin Rutherford.

  • Before we can know God and understand his great plan it is first necessary for us to believe that he exists and that he rewards all who diligently seek him.
  • Life everlasting in a state of happiness is the greatest desire of all men.
  • If you are kept in ignorance of the true way and permit yourself to rely upon and be guided by the opinion of imperfect man, you can never gain the riches that will bring you peace and lasting happiness.
  • The inspired Scriptures make the clear distinction between false and true riches and make plain the reason why happiness is gained and fully enjoyed only by those who find true riches.
  • Jehovah God is truly rich far beyond the imagination of humankind.
  • It is conceded by all that man is the very highest type of all living creatures on the earth. His intelligence is far superior to that of any other earthly being.
  • The development of the telescope, together with increased knowledge of things, brought men to see that the earth is not what man had once thought it to be.
  • False riches, consisting of money, houses and lands, acquired by selfish means at cost to others and thereafter used selfishly, are almost always used for the oppression of other persons.
  • The Bible is the only credible guide either as to the real relationship between man and the earth and the great Creator of both or concerning the purpose of the creation of both.