[T]rue religion consists, not in assuming a role, nor in playing a part, nor in choosing a style of conduct, but in living a new life.
F. W. Boreham, The Heavenly Octave (New York: The Abingdon Press, 1936), 40-41.
It is the supreme prerogative of the preacher, not to prove that God exists, but to unfold His character and beauty.
F. W. Boreham (1871-1959)
Persecution is the world’s testimony to the Church’s purity. A wolf will not worry a painted sheep; a cat will not seize a toy mouse. The world may despise, but it will not persecute, a counterfeit Christian; it may scorn, but it will not burn, a hypocrite. Crucifixion is the evidence of Christliness.
F. W. Boreham, The Heavenly Octave (New York: The Abingdon Press, 1936), 110