Character is the sum total of all our habits, whether good or bad.
Character is what you are when no one is watching.
The character development of a person starts in the crib.
Money lost, little lost. Reputation lost, more is lost. Courage lost, much is lost. Character lost, all is lost.
If you want to discover what is in a man, give him power - it will either make him or break him.
Virtue withers away if it has no opposition.
Nature forms, school informs, sin deforms, flesh conforms, and Christ transforms.
With man as with apples, it's hard to polish the outside if the inside is rotten.
There is no better test of a man's character than his behavior when he is wrong.
Thoughts, words and actions are the components that form the character. Thoughts conceive, words propel, and deeds form a habit - and habit establishes the character.
Search others for their virtues, yourself for your vices.
Character is property: it is the noblest of possessions.
What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us.
A Christian character is not inherited: each individual must build it for himself.
Character is made up of small duties faithfully performed.
A godly character is more important than spiritual gifts and abilities.