QUOTES ABOUT THIEVES

“A thief is only there to steal and destroy, but I have come so they may have life and have it to the fullest.” – Jesus Christ

“A thief believes every man steals.” – Proverb

“He who receives stolen goods knows the thief.” – Irish Proverb

“A thief passes for a gentleman when stealing has made him rich.” – German Proverb

“A thief hath a thousand tricks.” – English Proverb

“A thief is worse than a dog.” – Arabic Proverb

“A thief and a liar are brothers by blood.” – Yiddish Proverb

“A thief is a thief, whether he steals a diamond or a cucumber.” – Indian Proverb

“A thief is always a coward.” – Italian Proverb

“A thief is sorry only for being caught.” – Polish Proverb

“A thief has no character. He’s just a thief.” – Chinese Proverb

“A thief is a thief even if he steals a tram.” – Sri Lankan Proverb

“A thief is a man who thinks everyone else is a thief.” – Dutch Proverb CALMING QUOTES FOR STRESS

“A thief is a thief because he doesn’t have the courage to earn what he needs, he only has the courage to steal from those who do.” – Michael J. Sullivan

“The thief comes only to steal and kill and destroy. I came that they may have life and have it abundantly.” – Jesus Christ

“The only thing worse than a thief is a thief with a conscience.” – Terry Pratchett

“The best way to catch a thief is to think like one.” – Eoin Colfer

“Thieves respect property. They merely wish the property to become their property that they may more perfectly respect it.” – Gilbert K. Chesterton

“Thieves are the worst kind of people. They steal not only your possessions, but your peace of mind as well.” – Jeffrey Archer

“Thieves of one thing or another, be always respectful to some degree of those from whom they steal.” – C.S. Lewis

“A thief is a man who takes more than he earns, deliberately and selfishly.” – Ayn Rand

“A thief will steal your money, but a con artist will steal your soul.” – Amit Kalantri

“The most dangerous thief is the one who is already inside the house.” – Emily Thorne

“Better the thief than the common liar.” – William Shakespeare