Archives for the month of: March, 2011

“If you must live with uncongenial people, set to their conquest by love.” – F.B. Meyer

“He is indeed the ‘Lamb.’ There is nothing harsh or haughty or retaliative about Him.” – J. Sidlow Baxter

“Our prayers are the proper test of our desires; nothing being fit to have a place in our desires which is not fit to have a place in our prayers: What we may not pray for, neither should we desire.” – John Wesley

“Devotion is the particular frame of mind found in one entirely devoted to God. It is the spirit of reverence, of awe, of godly fear.” – E.M. Bounds

“Americans today live like kings. No person since Solomon has as much to be thankful for when it comes to material benefits as the average American.” – J. Vernon McGee

“Christ in me is the most certain thing in all my personal experience.” – G. Campbell Morgan

“Let there be the most complete friendship between you and God.” – Robert Murray McCheyne

“The whole secret of true Christian conduct can be summed up in these two words ‘Follow me.’” – R. A. Torrey

“Walking with God implies a settled abiding communion and fellowship with God, or what in scripture is called, ‘The Holy Ghost dwelling in us.’” – George Whitefield

“We must serve GOD in a holy freedom, we must do our business faithfully, without trouble or disquiet; recalling our mind to GOD mildly and with tranquility, as often as we find it wandering from Him.” – Brother Lawrence