Never is the cause of sin so helped as when Christians waste their strength in quarreling with one another, and spend their time in petty squabbles.
Practice love diligently. It is one of those graces, above all, which grow by constant exercise.
He that does much for Christ, and leaves his mark in the world, will always prove to be one who prays much.
Men who know they are wrong in one direction often struggle to make things right by excess of zeal in another direction. That very zeal is their condemnation.
A Christian is a walking sermon. We preach far more than a minister does, for we preach all week long.
J. C. Ryle