To be godly is to refuse to act like a god.

Godly is loving; worldly is judging.

Smitten and riven is a spiritual given.

The most devout let it all hang out.

The intellectual snob turns his nose up at God.

The trick is to stay upright — without being uptight.

Holy hokey, mirrors and smokey is baloney sanctimony.

Spiritual is two hands helping.

Pious packs no bias.

Godliness begins and ends with God.

Sainted — it isn’t painted.

The godly act oddly — they forgive.

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