Over the 52 years in the ministry I have come across 1000’s of quotes and saying from many, many sources. Here are Ten of those sayings
Daniel Webster said, “If we abide by the principles taught in the Bible, our country will go on prospering and to prosper; but if we and our posterity neglect its instructions and counsel, there is no telling how great a catastrophe shall come upon us i and bury our glory in profound obscurity.”
Dr. Shelton Smith said, “For all the years that Noah labored on the ark, there were no storm clouds and no rain. His faithful labors were not based upon what he could see, but upon his devoted obedience to what the Lord had said.”
R.A. Torrey said, “The Devil is perfectly willing that the church should multiply its organizations and its deftly contrived machinery for the conquest of the world for Christ, if it will only give up praying….The Devil is not afraid of machinery; he is only afraid of God. And machinery without prayer is machinery without God.”
Henry Ward Beecher said, “The church is not a gallery for the exhibition of eminent Christians but a school for the education of imperfect ones, a nursery for the care of weak ones, a hospital for the healing of those who need assiduous care.”
Dr. Bob Jones, Sr said, “Sin had never taken a man so low but that the arm of God's grace could reach a little lower. As low as sin dragged the thief on the cross, the arms of God's grace reached down and picked him up. One moment the thief was drinking the vinegar and the gall; before evening came, he was drinking from the fountain that flowed from the throne of God.
We may be facing a right now, or we may be crossing a valley tomorrow. That valley will be dry, arid and, perhaps discouraging. Our temptation in valley will be to question and lose our heart for God, but it is valley that gives us greater intensity to know God. Indeed, it is in the valley where we truly learn that God is with us.
The Bible has a lot to say about our mouths, our lips an our tongues, for our speech b« trays us.
Let’s be diligent in giving, carful in our living and faithful in our praying.
The strange paradox of the Christian life is that the way up is down; the way forward is backward, and the way to be served is to serve.
The church is not a gallery for the exhibition of eminent Christians but a school for the education of imperfect ones, nursery for the care of the weak ones, a hospital for the healing of those who need assiduous care.
God does not give you strength fo the journey; He gives you strength for the next step.
In His Amazing Grace,
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