The most important daily habit we can possess is to remind ourselves of the gospel.
Charles Spurgeon (1834 – 1892)
Suffering so unbolts the door of the heart, that the Word has easier entrance.
Richard Baxter (1615-1691)
It is absurd to imagine that God should justify a people and not sanctify them.
Thomas Watson (1620—1686)
If you cannot be a Christian where you are, you cannot be a Christian anywhere. It is not place but grace.
G. Campbell Morgan (1863-1945)
It is, therefore, his purpose to teach us how his work is to be done in the Christian church after his resurrection, namely, that he will not reject nor cast out those who are weak in their faith, yea, not even those who are held in error or ignorance, or who are otherwise weak, fearful, and despairing. They are rather the very persons in whom he will exercise and manifest the power of his resurrection, not only by inviting them to come to him, but also by coming to them, and treating them in the gentlest and kindest way, talking with them, teaching and instructing them, yea, even eating with them, until at length they grow strong and secure in their faith; while their hearts, so sad and sorrowful for a time, are again filled with joy.
Martin Luther (1483-1546)
Prayer — secret, fervent, believing prayer — lies at the root of all personal godliness.
William Carey (1761 – 1834)
This is the character of a true servant of Christ. He endeavors to follow Christ in thought, word, and work.
George Whitefield (1714 – 1770)