Frederick Buechner is an eminent American theologian and writer. He has published more than thirty books and is also an ordained Presbyterian Minister. His writings, thoughts and work covers wide range of fields including autobiographies, essays, fiction and sermons. With a career spreading over six decades, Buechner’s books, thoughts, writings and essays have been translated into many languages and have a large readership across the globe. Some of his notable works include, ‘The Season’s Difference’, ‘The Book Of Bebb’, ‘The Sacred Journey’, ‘Faces of Jesus: A Life Story, 1974’, ‘Godric’, ‘The Yellow Leaves: A Miscellany’ and ‘A Long Day’s Dying’. His writings, thoughts, words and books have been praised for their inspirational and motivational aspects. Presenting famous quotations and sayings by Frederick Buechner.
The extraordinary thing that is about to happen is matched only by the extraordinary moment just before it happens. Advent is the name of that moment.
He also said we should carve in the year and place where I was born, but I said no. As a man dies many times before he's dead, so does he wend from birth to birth until, by grace, he comes alive at last.
To confess your sins to God is not to tell God anything God doesn't already know. Until you confess them, however, they are the abyss between you. When you confess them, they become the Golden Gate Bridge.