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George Washington: It is impossible to rightly govern the world without God and the Bible… He is worse than an infidel who does not read his Bible and acknowledge his obligation to God.

John Adams: The Bible is the best Book in the world.

Thomas Jefferson: I have always said and always will say that the studious perusal of the Sacred Volume will make better citizens, better fathers, better husbands… The Bible makes the best people in the world.

John Quincy Adams: My custom is to read 4 of 5 chapters of the Bible every morning immediately after rising… It seems to me the most suitable manner of beginning the day.

Abraham Lincoln: I am profitably engaged in reading the Bible. Take all of the Book upon reason that you can, and the balance by faith, and you will live and die a better man.

Theodore Roosevelt: To every man who faces life with real desire to do his part in everything, I appeal for a study of the Bible.

Woodrow Wilson: I have a very simple thing to ask of you. I ask every man and woman in this audience that from this day on that they will realize that part of the destiny of America lies in their daily perusal of the Great Book.

Sir Isaac Newton: I find more sure marks of authenticity in the Bible than in any profane history whatever.

Benjamin Franklin: Cultivate an acquaintance with and a firm belief in the Holy Scriptures. This is your certain interest.

Daniel Webster: From the time that, at my mother’s feet or on my father’s knee, I first learned to lisp the verses from the sacred writings, they have been my daily study and vigilant contemplation.

Douglas MacArthur: Believe me, sir, never a night goes by, be I ever so tired, but I read the Word of God before I go to bed.