Archives for the month of: February, 2011

“An old Italian proverb says, ‘He that will have none but a perfect brother must resign himself to remain brotherless.’ However earnestly we may desire that our Christian brother go on toward perfection, we must accept him as he is and learn to get along with him.” – A.W. Tozer


“Christ appeared gloriously above the guilt of men. For he offered a sacrifice that was sufficient to do away all the guilt of the whole world.” – Jonathan Edwards

“Revivals begin when sinners seek the prayers of praying people.” – E.M. Bounds

“It is as we persevere in prayer and take hold of definite promises, and beseech Him greatly to fulfill them, that we shall, in spite of every obstacle, hold fast our confidence to the end.” – Andrew Murray

“What a nation believes about God will determine, more than anything else, its conduct, its character, its destiny.” – J. Sidlow Baxter

“Surely no follower of the meek and lowly Jesus will be likely to conclude that it is ‘beneath the dignity of a Christian missionary’ to seek identification with this poor people…” – J. Hudson Taylor

“A believer’s conduct is regulated towards his fellow creatures and, in the discharge of the several duties and relations of life, his great aim is to please God and to let His light shine in the world.” – John Newton

“God’s kingdom will come. It is great to fight in a war knowing beforehand that your King is the Victor.” – Corrie ten Boom

“Why did God create us in the first place? He put us here and He created us because He is love and He wanted to have an object to love; and so He created the human race.” – Billy Graham

“It is blessed assurance that God delights to impart to all who come to Him as needy sinners seeking the way of life.” – Harry A. Ironside