|Robert A. Cook|
7 June 1912|
Santa Clara, California
|Died||11 March 1991
New York City
|Occupation||College president, radio broadcaster, pastor, author|
|Spouse(s)||Coreen Cook (nÃ©e Nilsen)|
|Children||Carolyn, Marilyn, and Lois|
|Parent(s)||Charles and Daisy Cook|
We dribble away our life, little by little, in small packages – we don't throw it away all at once.
Cut your morning devotions into your personal grooming. You would not go out to work with a dirty face. Why start the day with the face of your soul unwashed?
Many a person who started out to conquer the world in shining army has ended up just getting along. The horse got tired, the army rusty. The goal was removed and unsure.
Say and do something positive that will help the situation; it doesn't take any brains to complain.