Power

Mighty deeds and multitude of words – AW Tozer

Mighty deeds and multitude of words – AW Tozer

Where there have been mighty deeds, there need be no multitude of words to tell of them. Many words are required only where the deeds have been too feeble to speak for themselves.

– AW Tozer –

Jesus came to save you NOW – Hannah Whitall Smith

Jesus came to save you NOW – Hannah Whitall Smith

… settle down on this one thing, that Jesus came to save you now, in this life, from the power and dominion of sin, and to make you more than conquerors through His power.

– Hannah Whitall Smith –
from The Christian’s Secret of a Happy Life

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 –

The Christian’s Safety – Thomas Watson

The Christian’s Safety – Thomas Watson

The fear of God is a Christian’s safety. He is invulnerable; nothing can hurt him. Plunder him of his money, he carries a treasure about him of which he cannot be robbed (Isa. 33:6). Cast him into prison his conscience is free; kill his body, it shall rise again. He who has on this breastplate of God’s fear may be shot at, but can never be shot through.

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

What we need – John Stott

What we need – John Stott

What we need is not more learning, not more eloquence, not more persuasion, not more organization, but more power from the Holy Spirit.

– John Stott –

A demonstration of the supernatural – Duncan Campbell

A demonstration of the supernatural – Duncan Campbell

The average man is not going to be impressed by our publicity, our posters or our programs, but let there be a demonstration of the supernatural in the realm of religion, and at once man is arrested.

– Duncan Campbell –

Waiting for God – G. Campbell Morgan

Waiting for God – G. Campbell Morgan

Waiting for God means power to do nothing save under command. This is not lack of power to do anything. Waiting for God needs strength rather than weakness. It is power to do nothing. It is the strength that holds strength in check. It is the strength that prevents the blundering activity which is entirely false and will make true activity impossible when the definite command comes.

– G. Campbell Morgan –