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Sunday Quotes And Sayings

25 Sunday Quotes-Throughout the world, Sundays are a time of rest and relaxation. Some go to Church to enjoy the early morning in worship with their families, while others like to kick it back at home. Regardless of how you like spend your Sundays, the following quotes will give you something to think about when looking forward to your next one. After reading them, maybe you’ll get a few more ideas for how to spend your Sunday afternoon.

Millions Long For Immortality Who Don’t Know What To Do On A Rainy Sunday Afternoon – Susan Ertz

Have you ever found yourself wishing you had more time in the day, to do the things you really wanted to do? Most people have this feeling a couple times a week. This quote reminds us to turn our feelings into actions. Plan your free time, to put it to good use. Whenever you feel the urge to do something but can’t get to it right away, put it in your Sunday schedule. Want to finish that book? Spend more time with your wife? Go out to eat for the first time in awhile? That’s why we have Sunday.

25 Sunday Quotes

“Sunday clears away the rust of the whole week.”Joseph Addison


“Sunday is the golden clasp that binds together the volume of the week.”Henry Wadsworth Longfellow


“But it’s Sunday, Mr. Bell. Clocks are slow on Sundays.”    Truman Capote


“Time flows in a strange way on Sundays.” Haruki Murakami


“Sunday, the day for the language of leisure.”Elfriede Jelinek


“Sundays kill more people than bombs.”Charles Bukowski


“The life of the wealthy is one long Sunday.” Georg Buchner


“Unless there is a Good Friday in your life, there can be no Easter Sunday.” Fulton J. Sheen


“…it gives you the impression that every day is Sunday.” Marlene Dietrich


“Sunday is a day of rest. Loafing is not rest.” Robert Baden-Powell


“I’m definitely not a traditionalist, because a traditionalist would be going to church every Sunday.” Oprah Winfrey


“Sunday was the best one I think I made.” Earl Sweatshirt


“He who laughs on Friday will weep on Sunday.”    Jean Racine


“I guess God made Boston on a wet Sunday.”Raymond Chandler


“The world will break your heart ten times till Sunday,that’s guaranteed.” Matthew Quick


“It is not best to use our morals weekdays, it gets them out of repair for Sunday.”Mark Twain


“The real advantage for me is that I have the opportunity to lead worship every Sunday.” John Tesh


“I’m easy like Sunday Morning…” Lionel Richie


“Sunday is the day people go quietly mad, one way or another.”William Saroyan


“Life is not like Gloomy Sunday, with a second ending when the people are disturbed.”Emilie Autumn


“The great thing about being up early on a Sunday is nothing.”Doug Benson


“The minute you walk outside of your church on Sunday you’re in mission territory.”Robert Barron


“Sunday doesn’t just prepare us for the week ahead – it prepares us for eternity.” Mark Hart


“Live forgiveness every day rather than just talking about it on Sunday.”Wayne Dyer


“On Friday a thief, on Sunday a King…the man Jesus Christ laid death in his grave!”John Mark McMillan


Sunday Clears Away The Rust Of The Whole Week – Joseph Addison

You’ve been working all week. The boss is pushing you to meet your deadlines sooner and sooner. Your wife wants you to take a day off for the kids, and your car needs to be inspected. So many things to worry about and problems to deal with. Well, keep it out of your Sunday. It isn’t always easy to leave the boots off at the door on Sunday, especially when you have a thousand things to do and only 6 days to do them. If you can, though, you’ll thank yourself.

I’m Obsessed With Radio. It’s A Good Start To A Sunday Morning – R. L. Stine

Who knew that one of the most prolific authors of horror stories would appreciate the radio so much? The truth of this one is that it can be hard to start your day off right without a morning ritual. Sunday is an especially important day to start fresh, it can set the tone of the whole week. Whether with radio or with reading, make sure you start your Sunday off with a relaxing but stimulating activity to get your brain going. Nobody likes to feel groggy on a Sunday.

With all of these tips in mind, hopefully you’ll find that your next Sunday is the most refreshing you’ve had in awhile. Turn off the alarm, stay up late the night before, or sing your heart out in Church the next day. Whatever you need to unwind, make sure you get it on Sunday.

 

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