Connecting the Dots in an Unconnected World

Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Good Quotes

I have always enjoyed good quotes. Here are a few:

“In all my perplexities and distresses, the Bible has never failed to give me light and strength.”
~ R.G. Lee

“Secure sinners must hear the thundering of Mount Sinai before we bring them to Mount Zion. Every minister should be a Boanerges, a son of thunder, as well as a Barnabas, a son of consolation.”
~ George Whitfield

“We Christians too often substitute prayer for playing the game. Prayer is good; but when used as a substitute for obedience, it is nothing but a blatant hypocrisy, a despicable Pharisaism … To your knees, man! And to your Bible! Decide at once! Don’t hedge! Time flies! Cease your insults to God. Quit consulting flesh and blood. Stop your lame, lying, and cowardly excuses. Enlist!”
~ C.T. Studd

“No man knows the brightness of the gospel ‘till he knows the darkness of those clouds which surround the law of the Lord.”
~ C.H. Spurgeon

“A zealous man feels that, like a lamp, he is made to burn; and if consumed in burning, he has done the work for which God appointed him. Such a one will always find a sphere for his zeal. If he cannot preach and work and give money, he will cry and sigh and pray.”
~ John C. Ryle

“Does it grieve you my friend that the name of God is being taken in vain and desecrated? Does it grieve you that we are living in a godless age … But we are living in such an age and the main reason we should be praying about revival is that we are anxious to see God’s name vindicated and His glory manifested. We should be anxious to see something happening that will arrest the nations, all the peoples, and cause them to stop and to think again.”
~ Martin Lloyd Jones

Attempting to connect the dots…

Romans 1:16

“One single soul saved shall outlive and outweigh all the kingdoms of the world.”
~ John C. Ryle


Blogger Tom Bryant said...

Good quotes!

July 29, 2009 at 7:57 AM  

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