QUOTES FROM REVOLUTION
I want to urge the members of the first Presbyterian to face these problems as Christians, to remember that we are Christians, and as such we are charged with keeping bitterness and hate out of our hearts... The good Lord expects us to be merciful to all, and to ask for mercy as well. to ask for grace. all men are equal on God's earth, in God's heaven, and in this fellowship. Let us pray.
- Pastor Marshall // Part I: page 84
"It's already started," say the man in the ticket booth. "I got money," I say. I shove a dollar of Mr. Lee's money under the glass. Man shake his head, but he give me back a ticket and seven cents. He don't say one word. I don't say one, neither. Just push open that door and walk inside, like I belong there, because the law say I do.
- Raymond Bullis // Part II: page 266
ANnabelle is soaked to the skin. her face wears the torment of not knowing. ... but there is a steady, unwavering look in her eyes. She will claim me. That is what her eyes say. She will claim me for her own, because she loves me. ... SHe takes one look at me waiting for her... I look at her like she's finally come for me, my mother. I have finally allowed her to come. ANnabelle flies across the waiting room to catch me up in her arms and lift that cold, heavy stone right off my heart.
Sunny Fairchild // Part III: page 478-479