Over the 52 years in the ministry I have come across 1000’s of quotes and saying from many, many sources. Here are Fourteen of those sayings
Envy is an emotion that devalues the importance of loving others. Love is much stronger than envy. The best way to counteract envy is to make up our minds t love others. When we live someone, we want the best for him or her. Suddenly it’s not all about us; it’s about how we can help others succeed.
The cure for the sin of envy and jealousy is to find our contentment in God.
Be careful how you live. You may be the only Bible some person ever read.
There is no escaping being hurt and wronged in this life. Just make sure you forgive as God forgives and keep no record of those wrongs.
When you learn of someone’s failure, do what you can to love and encourage that person toward the forgiveness and grace of God.
Our response to temptation is an accurate barometer of our love for God.
God doesn’t owe us anything – yet in His grace, He still gives us good things.
This is the sadness of the day. We are teaching people how to make money, how to have a good time, but we are not teaching them the Christian walk, the walk that comes only through knowing Jesus Christ.
Prayer – secret, fervent prayer is not learned in the classroom, but in the closet.
God help us in these days to get the power turned on so the light can shine. When the power is on and the light shining our preaching will get hot. When preaching is hot, the church comes alive. When the church comes alive, more sinners get saved. – Shelton Smith
If God has called you to a task, He will then qualify you for the job. Remember greatness is in the preparation, not in the performance.
Set you course and pursue it. St your schedule and follow it. Set your principles and obey them. Set your convictions and live by them.
It a task is worth doing, it is worth doing right. If is not worth doing well, it is not worth doing. Nothing is unimportant. No task should be done lightly. Every job is a big job. Every day is a big day.
God will not do what we can do, but He will do what we cannot do after we have done what we can do. Nothing is happy until it fulfills the purpose for which it was created by God.
In His Amazing Grace,
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