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40 Joshua Graham Quotes to Fire Up Your Day

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1. “It never stops burning. My skin. Every day, I have to unwind the bandages and replace them with fresh ones.” 

2. “I have been baptized twice, once in water, once in flame. I will carry the of the holy spirit inside until I stand before my Lord for judgment.” 

3. “I don’t enjoy killing, but when done righteously, it’s just a chore, like any other.” 

4. “I survived because the fire inside burned brighter than the fire around me. I fell down into that dark chasm, but the flame burned on and on.” 

5. “Any society that derives its power and authority from the will of man alone lives apart from God and will crumble in the end.” 

6. “Die where you stand!”

7. “I want to have my revenge. Against him. Against Caesar. I want to call it my own, to make my anger God’s anger. To justify the things I’ve done.”

8. “Caesar would never admit this openly, but he knows I’m alive. I’ve killed enough of his frumentarii and assassins that have come looking.” 

9. “Lastly, waging war against good people is bad for the soul. This may not seem important to you now, but it’s the most important thing I’ve said.”

10. “We have made and kept covenants with our Lord, God, to honor his laws. In exchange, we are promised eternal salvation after this life.” 

11. “Stand up and look at what’s come for you!”

12. “Make the first shot count. You won’t get a second.”

13. “For many of us, the road is a difficult one, but the path is always there for us to follow, no matter how many times we may fall.”

14. “Living in willful ignorance is an ugly thing, but God often speaks loudest in the wild places of his creation, like Zion.”

15. “Ye have sown death, and so shall ye reap it!”

16. “Each loss is a new fall of man.”

17. “Every day. Some days are harder than others.” 

18. “In a world filled with misery and uncertainty, it is a great comfort to know that, in the end, there is light in the darkness.”

19. “You’re a good neighbor to us. We all go through periods of darkness. In such times, we can turn to the Lord, but it’s good to have friends.”

20. “When the walls come tumbling down, when you lose everything you have, you always have family.”

21. “Leading in battle became training, punishing, terrorizing. A series of small mistakes before a great fall. And I stayed in that darkness until after Hoover Dam.”

22. “I am the right hand of the Lord and the instrument of his vengeance.”

23. “I know Daniel doesn’t approve, but destroying the White Legs is the only way to ensure the Sorrows can remain in Zion.”

24. “In the best of all possible worlds, they would just leave us in peace. But they won’t.”

25. “We warned you at Syracuse, and you persisted. You took advantage of us at New Canaan to drive us out, and like the dogs of Caesar you are, you followed us to Zion. And now you stand on holy ground, a temple to God’s glory on Earth. But the only use for an animal in our temple is sacrifice!”

26. “Show no quarter to the White Legs we come across. Make no mistake about why we are here. This is an extermination.”

27. “I want to take from him what they took from me, from my family. In this life. I want them to suffer. I want all of them to die in fear and pain.”

28. “Sometimes, I tell myself that these wildfires never stop burning. But I’m the one who starts them. Not God. Not them.”

29. “When our Lord entered the temple and found it polluted by money-changers and beasts, did he ask them to leave? Did he cry? Did he simply walk away? No. He drove them out.”

30. “Love the sinner, hate the sin. With Caesar, it’s often very difficult to see through all of that sin to the person inside.”

31. “By the rivers of Babylon, there we sat down, yea, we wept, when we remembered Zion. Remember, O Lord, The Children of Edom in the day of Jerusalem who said, ‘Raze it, raze it, even to the foundation.’ O daughter of Babylon, who art to be destroyed. How happy shall he be that rewardeth thee as thou hast served us. Happy shall he be, that taketh and dasheth thy little ones against the stones.”

32. “Happy are those who do the work of the Lord. Zion belongs to God and the people of God. It is a natural temple and monument to his glory.”

33. “It is one thing to forgive a slap across my cheek, but an insult to the Lord requires—no—it demands correction.”

34. “I pray for the safety of all good people who come to Zion—even gentiles. But we can’t expect God to do all the work.”

35. “They’re still God’s children, but if they turn against their brothers and sisters, won’t listen to reason. If they pollute the Lord’s temples on Earth, like Zion, who are we to stand by and let them continue?”

36. “I don’t know if you were close to the other members of your group, but you have my sympathy.” 

37. “I can always see it in my mind. The warmth and the heat. It will always be a part of me. But not today.”

38. “We have more than enough food and medicine to offer. Good news is our most valuable commodity.”

39. “Kale watcha nei conserva oh! You understand me, don’t you? Don’t you?!”

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