These inspirational and challenging Christian quotes are extracted from books and sermons by godly believers that we hope will challenge and encourage you as you run this race for the Lord Jesus. (For sharing the quotes that are in the image format, you can download them by clicking on the image.)
Our little time of suffering is not worthy of our first night’s welcome home to Heaven.
I went accordingly to my room, and locked my door, and putting the Bible on a chair, I went down on my knees at the chair. There I remained for several hours in prayer and meditation over the word of God; and I can tell you that I learned more in those three hours which I spent in this way, than I had learned for many months previously.
There are things a book can do that a missionary cannot. A book can find its way into the inner chambers of a mosque or palace or harem. It is available at any moment of leisure and can speak without a foreign accent. It can present facts without personal antagonism and develop a theme without interruption. It suffers no sickness or fatigue, and enjoys a lifespan much longer than its author’s three-score years and ten.
I must take care above all that I cultivate communion with Christ, for though that can never be the basis of my peace–mark that–yet it will be the channel of it.
Not the sacrificing of a million universes or of all of rational creation in its entirety could begin to equal the display of love manifested in the delivering up of the very Son of God to die. It is unthinkable that any person who is the object of such love should fail to be saved eternally.
Hudson Taylor said that his mission prayed for money in China and a wealthy American lady sent what they needed. This happened again and again. Then one time they prayed and nothing happened; no money came in from anywhere. Taylor then realized that he was looking to that lady to meet the need and the Lord cut off the supply. They repented and then money began to come in right away from Australia. –
The man who will not lay down his lifestyle for God will never lay down his life for Him.
“The man…looking at him with a smile that only half concealed his contempt, inquired, ‘Now Mr. Morrison do you really expect that you will make an impression on the idolatry of the Chinese Empire?’ ‘No sir,’ said Morrison, ‘but I expect that God will.”
It is a sad commentary on theological education that most seminaries and Bible colleges virtually neglect the Holy Spirit’s role in preaching specifically and in the Christian ministry in general. Most homiletic courses on preaching only pay lip service to this vital area of truth.