Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Great Quotes

Ḡґℯαт ℚυø⊥εṧ : "If you believe what you like in the Gospel, and reject what you don't like, it is not the Gospel you believe, but yourself." — Augustine.

"If you study the Bible without applying it to your daily life, then it would be better not to study it at all." — Zac Poonen

"Our Faith must be tested. God builds no ships but what He sends to sea." — D.L. Moody

"Holiness is an impossibility - without the HOLY Spirit." — Anonymous

"God always visits his people when they reach the point of desperation." — Stephen Olford

"This generation of Christians is responsible for this generation of souls on the earth!" — Keith Green

"Do not pray for easy lives, pray to be better men and women. Do not pray for tasks equal to your strength, pray for strength equal to your tasks." — Phillips Brooks

"If God sends us on strong paths, we are provided strong shoes." — Corrie ten Boom

"You will never please everybody. Some men will say you have gone too far. Other men will say you haven't gone far enough. I just compromise and say I won't please anybody." — A.W. Tozer

"In the End, we will remember not the words of our enemies, but the silence of our friends." — Martin Luther

"Peace if possible, truth at all costs." — Martin Luther

"You are not only responsible for what you say, but also for what you do not say." — Martin Luther

"The Devil's methods of opposition are those of alliance and
antagonism, and the only serious one is the first. Let us beware of it. Do not let us imagine that we can take into our fellowship and enlist under one banner men who simply affirm truth about Jesus, unless in their own lives there is an absolute loyalty to the Lord Christ. Antagonism is the creation of force for the kingdom of God. Put a man in prison for Christ's sake, and the earthquake will surely follow, and the work will spread." - G. Campbell Morgan

“The world doesn’t believe the Bible, Christians don’t obey the Bible.” — Leonard Ravenhill

"Men will allow God to be everywhere except on His throne!" — C.H. Spurgeon

"Like all good things, prayer requires some discipline. Yet I believe that life with God should seem more like friendship than duty. Prayer includes moments of ecstasy and also dullness, mindless distraction and acute concentration, flashes of joy and bouts of irritation. In other words, prayer has features in common with all relationships that matter." — Philip Yancey