Are You Preaching the REAL Gospel? – Ray Comfort

Instead of preaching the good news that sinners can be made righteous in Christ and escape the wrath to come, the gospel has degenerated into the pretext that we can be happy in Christ and escape the hassles of life.

– Ray Comfort –

Jesus is the Victor! – Basilea Schlink

Do not be lazy. Run each day’s race with all your might, so that at the end you will receive the victory wreath from God. Keep on running even when you have had a fall. The victory wreath is won by him who does not stay down, but always gets up again, grasps the banner of faith and keeps on running in the assurance that Jesus is Victor.

– Basilea Schlink –

Reprove and Praise – Thomas Adams

It was well done of Paul to reprove Peter to his face, and it was well done of Peter, to praise Paul in his absence.

– Thomas Adams –

Preaching Judgment – Unknown

To silence a preacher from preaching judgment is like being 
awoke from sleep by a fire alarm, and just silencing the alarm, 
and going back to sleep.

– Unknown –

A Tongue Like Thunder – Robert Murray M’Cheyne

As I was walking in the fields, the thought came over me with almost overwhelming power, that every one of my flock must soon be in heaven or hell. Oh how I wished that I had a tongue like thunder, that I might make all hear; or that I had a frame like iron, that I might visit every one and say, “Escape for thy life! Ah sinner! You little know how I fear that you will lay the blame of your damnation at my door.”

– Robert Murray M’Cheyne –

Revival or Judgment – Arthur Wallis

Strange though it may seem, there are distinct similarities between the ways of God in revival and in judgment. … Because of His very nature, God cannot and will not permit spiritual decline to continue unchecked. He is ever halting and reversing the trend of the times by means of revival—or judgment. Where His people are not prepared for the one, they shut themselves up to the other.

– Arthur Wallis –

Don’t Be Laughed Out of Your Religion – Thomas Watson

Better have men reproach you for being good, than have God damn you for being wicked. Be not laughed out of your religion. If a lame man laugh at you for walking upright, will you therefore limp?

– Thomas Watson – 
from The Great Gain of Godliness, 1682