Archives for the month of: August, 2010

“If Christianity is untrue, then no honest man will want to believe it, however helpful it might be: if it is true, every honest man will want to believe it, even if it gives him no help at all.” – C. S. Lewis

“Edify with St. Paul is always a social word, having regard to the mutual improvement of members of the Church, and the growth of the whole body in faith and love.” – John S. Howson

“The Lord Jesus actually meets our need. He actually meets every man’s first, greatest, deepest, most fundamental need, and He alone.” – R. A. Torrey

“A readiness to believe every promise implicitly, to obey every command unhesitatingly, to stand perfect and complete in all the will of God, is the only true spirit of Bible study.” – Andrew Murray

“I have only a little longer of earthly darkness, and then the sunshine of the Father’s throne. God is love. Good night, good night.” – Ira Sankey in blindness and frailty dictated this goodbye to his friends

“I have but one passion: It is He, it is He alone. The world is the field and the field is the world; and henceforth that country shall be my home where I can be most used in winning souls for Christ.” – Count Nicolaus Ludwig Zinzendorf

“I am not what I ought to be, I am not what I want to be, I am not what I hope to be in another world; but still I am not what I once used to be, and by the grace of God I am what I am” – John Newton

“It seemed intended by the blessed providence of God that I should be blind all my life, and I thank him for the dispensation. If perfect earthly sight were offered me tomorrow I would not accept it. I might not have sung hymns to the praise of God if I had been distracted by the beautiful and interesting things about me.” – Fanny J. Crosby

“If God exists and we are made in his image we can have real meaning, and we can have real knowledge through what he has communicated to us.” – Francis Schaeffer

“The true servant of God knows, better than any man, the real value of money, the value of time, the value of talent of whatever order. He is accordingly the most assiduous in his vocation, the most parsimonious of his time, the most anxious to improve his talents so far as they are subservient to the interests of Christ’s Kingdom.” – Anthony Norris Groves