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The Preacher's Wife (1996) Poster

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Jeremiah Biggs: Just because you can't see the air doesn't keep you from breathing. And just because you can't see God doesn't keep you from believing.

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Marguerite Coleman: Things haven't changed since Adam, and he gave up one of his ribs so he'd have somebody to keep things from.

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Julia Biggs: Your mother would always tell me, "Girl, you need to get some meat on those bones. Henry ain't got nothing to grab on to back there!"

Rev. Henry Biggs: She just wanted you to eat, that's all.

Julia Biggs: No, she probably wanted me to be as fat as her.

Rev. Henry Biggs: She wasn't that fat.

Julia Biggs: Please, if a policeman saw your mama come walking down the street, he'd yell, "break it up!"

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Marguerite Coleman: [after seeing one of Hamilton's commercials on television] That man is so oily, you could fry chicken on his smile.

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Dudley: You have no idea what the competition is like just to be sent down here.

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Julia Biggs: It's okay if I look in the window, just as long as I don't buy.

Marguerite Coleman: Yeah? Well, don't go shopping with money in your pocket! And you better not be putting anything in the layaway plan, either!

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Julia Biggs: Who would use Baby Wet Wet for Jesus?

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