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.)
I think sometimes that she is all alone at Plymouth. There is a Friend, whose friendship, if she would secure it, would never leave her alone. Without His friendship she will soon be worse than alone. O the pleasure which a lively Christian must enjoy in communion with God! It is all one, whether he is in a city or a desert, among relations or among savage foes, in the heat of the Indies or in the ice of Greenland; his infinite Friend is always at hand. He need not fear want, or sickness, or pain, for his best Friend does all things well. He need not fear death, though it come in the most shocking form; for death is only a withdrawing of the veil which conceals his dearest Friend.
Somebody came to Moody one time and said, “I have a complaint Mr. Moody, my congregation is too small.” And Moody said, “Well, maybe they are as large as you would like to give an account for on the day of judgment.” That’s really a good answer. I’ve often thought about that, I’m going to give an account to God for the people that He gave me and how I exercise that stewardship. From that perspective I don’t need more of them, I would be better off if I had less of them.
Jesus Christ is without parallel. Neither all the men upon earth nor all the shinning myriads of glorified angels in heaven can, in any degree, equal Him who is the great Messiah, the God-man.
If you have anything to be proud of, remember what it is and that it is not your own, but has been given or lent to you by God, who especially hates pride.
Love for the brethren is a distinguishing mark of Christianity (1 John 4:7-8). Anyone, regardless of their theological correctness, who is loveless, motivated by a critical spirit, & merciless in their argumentation, should be concerned as to whether or not they are truly converted.
The minister who does not earnestly pray over his work must surely be a vain and conceited man. He acts as if he thought himself sufficient of himself, and therefore needed not appeal to God. Yet what baseless pride to conceive that our preaching can ever be in itself so powerful that it can turn men from their sins, and bring them to God without the working of the Holy Ghost. If we are truly humble-minded we shall not venture down to the fight until the Lord of hosts has clothed us with all power, and said to us, ‘God in this thy might.’
Blind men see no beauty in a sunset; deaf men are unmoved by a song; beasts have no appreciation for art; carnal men find no worth in God.
Our nation is so hardened. The biggest culprits are the preachers, wicked, evil-doers in sheep’s clothing. The pastor of one of the biggest Baptist churches here in town was to kiss a pig if so many young people came to the meeting last month. It was an insult to the pig and to God.
Wherever I am, whatever I am doing, I hope and pray to God that I will have the courage to stand up for the real Jesus of the New Testament.
We must not select a few favorite Bible passages to the exclusion of others. Nothing less than a whole Bible can make a whole Christian.
Proud man always wants to do it himself, but God’s way is faith. A helpless look to God for sheer mercy and grace. Unbelieving man wants something he can see, but God’s way is believing and beholding the invisible.
How unspeakably wonderful to know that all our concerns are held in hands that bled for us.
To be right with God one must first have “his mouth closed” (Romans 3:19) by the Law. If you are still chattering, excusing, justifying, explaining, complaining, and changing the subject, you are no candidate for saving grace. The Pharisee of Luke 18 had too much to say; it was the tax-gatherer, who taking the place of a hell-deserving sinner who had no plea but mercy, was the one who went down to his house justified (Luke 18). No, one must see that “by (doing) the works of the Law’, by merit, by performance, by ability, by qualification, no one will enter heaven and stand “in God’s sight”… It is through faith in JESUS CHRIST. He was the only man that lived a perfect life… He earned a title to heaven for all who believe. Satisfying the Law’s penalty, He died substitutionarily for all who believe.
Multitudes, after the sermon, followed me home, weeping, and the next day I was employed from seven in the morning till midnight, in giving spiritual advice to awakened souls.
This is one of the most common deceptions in which men ruin their souls. They seek to apply themselves to victory over the troubling sin but do not allow their conviction to lead them to the gospel. They perish in their ‘reformation’.