Biography

My Motto – Samuel Logan Brengle

My Motto – Samuel Logan Brengle

For the past ten years God has enabled me to keep a perfect, unbroken purpose to serve Him with my whole heart. No temptation has swerved that steadfast purpose. “HOLINESS TO THE LORD” (Exodus 28:36) has been my motto. My heart pants after Him and, as I seek Him in fervent, patient, believing prayer and in diligent searching of His Word, He is deepening the work of grace in my soul.

– Samuel Logan Brengle –

Paul’s greatest weapon – EM Bounds

Paul’s greatest weapon – EM Bounds

Paul was a leader by appointment and by universal recognition and acceptance. He had many mighty forces in this ministry. His conversion, so conspicuous and radical was a great force, a perfect magazine of aggressive and defensive warfare. His call to the apostleship was clear, luminous and convincing. But these forces were not the divinest energies which brought forth the largest results to his ministry. Paul’s course was more distinctly shaped and his career rendered more powerfully successful by prayer than by any other force.

– EM Bounds –

The Life of Moses – DL Moody

The Life of Moses – DL Moody

Moses spent forty years thinking he was somebody; forty years learning he was nobody; and forty years discovering what God can do with a nobody.

– DL Moody –

Well, she’s willing – Gladys Aylward

Well, she’s willing – Gladys Aylward

I wasn’t God’s first choice for what I’ve done in China…I don’t know who it was…it must have been a man…a well-educated man. I don’t know what happened. Perhaps he died. Perhaps he wasn’t willing…and God looked down…and saw Gladys Aylward…and God said, “Well, she’s willing.”

– Gladys Aylward –

Retrospect of Moses’ Life – DL Moody

Retrospect of Moses’ Life – DL Moody

Moses spent forty years thinking he was somebody; forty years learning he was nobody; and forty years discovering what God can do with a nobody.

– DL Moody –

The Day I Died – George Müller

The Day I Died – George Müller

There was a day when I died, utterly died — died to George Müller, his opinions, preferences, tastes, and will; died to the world, its approval or censure; died to the approval or blame even of my brethren and friends — and since then I have only to show myself approved to God.

– George Müller –

Said of Catherine Booth

Said of Catherine Booth

This frail but tenacious woman leaned wholeheartedly upon the Spirit and strength of God to do what could never be done in human strength.

– said of Catherine Booth –