Archives for the month of: December, 2010

“Sometimes we stress purity without love. Or we can stress love without purity. In order to stress both simultaneously we must look moment-to-moment to the work of Christ and to the work of the Holy Spirit.” – Francis Schaeffer

“A good man will improve his household. …Take care of your home duties.” – C.H. Spurgeon

“A well-grounded hope in the mercy of God is connected with a thirst for sanctification, and a conformity to His image.” – John Newton

“Nothing so clearly discovers a spiritual man as his treatment of an erring brother.” – Augustine

“‘That I may get to know Him.’ Yes, this is our one object. This it is that will have the mighty transforming power over our lives. Every moment spent in seeking to know ourselves is a moment lost….” – E.W. Bullinger

“I have neither tongue nor pen to express to you the happiness of such as are in Christ.” – Samuel Rutherford

“The test of abandonment is always over the neck of natural devotion. Go over it, and God’s own abandonment will embrace all those you had to hurt in abandoning.” – Oswald Chambers

“It is a good and necessary thing to set aside time for God in each day. The busier the day, the more indispensable is this quiet period for prayer, Bible reading, and silent listening.” – Elisabeth Elliot

“Manhood—true manhood—princely manhood, like that of David, is one of the grandest things in the world, and it is something that counts as nothing else does.” – Billy Sunday

“The only things we can keep are the things we freely give to God.” – C.S. Lewis