When we get to the end of our ministry, one of our regrets will be that we did not preach more of Christ.
– Charles Spurgeon –
When we ask God for a thing, such as that He would be pleased to raise up labourers for His harvest, or send means for the carrying on of His work, the honest question to be put to our hearts should be this: Am I willing to go, if He should call me? Am I willing to give according to my ability? For we may be the very persons whom the Lord will call for the work, or whose means He may wish to employ.
– George Muller –
People are very apt to bring their principles to their practices and not their practices to their principles, as they ought to do. They, in their practice, do not comply with their consciences; all their strife is about bringing their consciences to comply with their practice.
– Jonathan Edwards –
I see no hope for a revival among God’s people today. They are so enamored and so cluttered up with Hollywood and newspapers and magazines and parties and bowling alleys and camping trips and everything else. How in the world are they going to get still long enough to see anything from God?
– Lester Roloff –
God owns all; He owns me; He owns my home; He owns my children; He owns my property. I have called your attention before to the fact that the modern idea of ownership is pagan. The Christian idea is this: that God is the absolute owner of all things.
– Clovis G. Chappell –
It is perilously easy to have amazing sympathy with God’s truth and remain in sin.
– Oswald Chambers –
Any concept of grace that makes us feel more comfortable sinning is not biblical grace. God’s grace never encourages us to live in sin, on the contrary, it empowers us to say no to sin and yes to truth.
– Randy Alcorn –
The seeming peace a sinner has is not from the knowledge of his happiness but the ignorance of his danger.
– Thomas Watson –
The Bible is not up to date. It’s ahead of time.
– Charlie Kirk –