Quotations You Can Use (December 28, 2012)

“Christ is the Son of God who died for the redemption of sinners and resurrected after three days. This is the greatest truth in the universe. I die because of my belief in Christ”–Watchman Nee.

“Integrity is the glue that holds our way of life together. We must constantly strive to keep our integrity intact”–Billy Graham.

“When we see Jesus as he is, we must turn away or else shamelessly adore him”–Dallas Willard, The Divine Conspiracy, 19.

“My miseries have always come out of my own flesh, never from any burden Jesus has laid on me”–A.W. Tozer.

“There’s a silent pause between Christmas and the New Year, offering time for life-changing reflection. Take hold of it for all it’s worth”–James Emery White.

“. . . there is no material cure for a spiritual ill, . . . neglect of the body will never heal soul sickness but will aggravate it, . . . heaven-born individuals cannot gain satisfaction from earth-born remedies. Christ, he alone, is the answer”–William Hendricksen, Colossians and Philemon, 139.

“Everything rises and falls on leadership”–John Maxwell.

“Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart, as working for the Lord, not for men, since you know that you will receive an inheritance from the Lord as a reward. It is the Lord Christ you are serving” (Colossians 3:23-24).

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3 Responses

  1. Guess I am just a broken record…

    Yesterday I went to the Funeral Home to make arrangement for Mom. Hospice advises such things be done before grief paralizes. The Funeral Director had the Obit, 30 September 1995, I wrote on file. Interesting enough he had the Senior Class Sunday School Lesson I wrote and taught 24 September 1995 to my class at First Baptist Church New Orleans where I had served as a Deacon. The Title: Salvation: what now?

    It starts off this way…
    Truly, WHAT NOW? What is the measure of the time spent with you? Are the “scales still upon our eyes?”
    The lesson is:

    If you want to know the rest you will have to ask, as it takes my real life issues of that day with the back drop of scripture.
    My Dad was in East Jefferson Hospital. The Surgeon said his prognosis was good after surgery. “The margins were well defined” and he believed he “got it all.” The Surgeon and some staffer messed up, it became more complicated. Life takes twists, then, a mist…


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