Quotations You Can Use (March 16, 2012)

Quotations You Can Use

“My memory is failing, but there are two things that I never forget–that I am a great sinner, and that Jesus Christ is a great Saviour”–William Law.

“. . . the person who wishes to grow in grace is by far best advised to make a close and constant companion of the book–the Bible. I do not mean it should be worshiped. Its uniquely sacred character is something that does not need to be exaggerated or even insisted on, because it is self-authenticating to any earnest and open-minded user. For just as openness to and hunger for God leads naturally to the Bible, if it is available, so the eager use of the Bible leads naturally and tangibly to the mind of God and the person of Christ”–Dallas Willard, Hearing God: Developing a Conversational Relationship with God, 160-61.

It’s 24/7 and everything counts”–That statement could apply to many things, Christian ministry, our life in Christ, a teaching responsibility. But when I first heard the statement, it was applied to parenting.

“All our fears are caused by calculating without God”–Duane Brooks

“If you are what you have always been, you are not a Christian”–Vance Havner.

“Repentance is not a one time event”–Ken Schroeder.

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One Comment

  1. Ed Matthew
    Mar 16, 2012

    Can’t agree with all the quotes, but I can agree with the intent.


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