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It is not the body's posture, but the heart's attitude that counts when we pray.
How do we counter the trend of worldliness? We must saturate our minds, hearts, and souls with God’s Word. The Bible says, “Train yourself to be godly” (1 Timothy 4:7).
Some things never change. Not the ABC’s, not the multiplication tables, not God!
Discouragement is the opposite of faith. It is Satan’s device to thwart the work of God in your life.
The one and only choice by which you can be converted is your choice to believe on the Lord Jesus Christ as your own personal Lord and Savior. The word “conversion” means simply “turning.
God is in control. He may not take away trials or make detours for us, but He strengthens us through them.
There is nothing wrong with men possessing riches. The wrong comes when riches possess men.
I have heard the hollow, shallow laughter of the world. I have heard the genuine laughter of the beaming young Christian. I know there is a difference.
When God speaks to us, He should have our full attention.
Christians who are strong in the faith grow as they accept whatever God allows to enter their lives.
In every true conversion the will of man comes into line with the will of God.
Grief can kill a person emotionally and physically. If not counteracted with God’s strength and power, our personal weakness may debilitate us.
I can't prove it scientifically, that there's a God, but I believe.
God does not need our money. He owns everything, including “our” money. What He wants [us] to discover is where our central focus of worship lies. Is that focus on God or our money?
Any Christian whose interest is directed toward himself is worldly.
Benevolent hands reach down from heaven to offer us the most hopeful warning and remedy: “Prepare to meet your God.
Our faith can stand up to any question, but sometimes people ask questions—and keep asking questions—just to avoid facing their own spiritual needs and acknowledging who Jesus really is.
The converted person will love the good he once hated, and hate the sin he once loved.
Jesus told His disciples that the “world, ” meaning the world system, the political and social order organized apart from God, will despise Christians.
Authentic Christian living has its own order of priority in our lives: God first, others second, self third.
Don’t forget: Without fuel, a fire grows cold—and without the “fuel” of the Bible, prayer, and Christian fellowship, our faith grows cold.
In order to get to heaven, Jesus said that you must be converted. I didn’t say it—Jesus said it!
What shall I do, then, with Jesus who is calledthe Christ?” (Matthew 27:22 NIV). This is the most important question that has ever been asked. It is also the question you must ask yourself.
Materialism and self-centeredness are the great vices of our age.
Those who believe [in Christ] are expected to be different from the world . . . they are members of a new society.
All believers are called to be holy in mind, body, and spirit (1 Peter 1:15).
Faith isn’t pretending our problems don’t exist, nor is it simply blind optimism. Faith points us beyond our problems to the hope we have in Christ.
It is a comfort to hear the words of God in times of stress.
Sin diverts some. Pleasure diverts others. Social service and “religious” activity divert others. We are told to be occupied with Jesus Christ Himself.
Jesus invited us not to a picnic, but to a pilgrimage. He offered us, not an excursion, but an execution. Our Savior said that we would have to be ready to die to self, sin, and the world.
If we are living according to what we believe, we may be falsely accused.
Evangelism is not a calling reserved exclusively for the clergy. I believe one of the greatest priorities of the church today is to mobilize the laity to do the work of evangelism.
God doesn’t comfort us to make us comfortable, but to make us comforters.
Jesus knows the intentions of our hearts and what we do in secret.
Comfort and prosperity have never enriched the world as much as adversity has.
We can possess nothing—no property and no person . . . It is God who owns everything, and we are but stewards of His property during the brief time we are on earth.
Those who have actually experienced daily fellowship with Christ know that it surpasses all worldly activities.
Make it your goal to become more like Christ by refusing to let sin have its way, and pursuing instead that which is pure and good in the sight of God.
Philip is the only person in the Bible who was called an evangelist, and he was a deacon!
There are countless opportunities to comfort others, not only in the loss of a loved one, but also in the daily distress that so often creeps into our lives.
When the family is destroyed, society eventually disintegrates.
There are so many professing Christians who are walking hand in hand with the world that you cannot tell the difference between the Christian and the unbeliever. This should never be.
I am engaged in spiritual warfare every day. I must never let down my guard—I must keep armed.
No clergyman however brilliant, no evangelist no matter how eloquent or compelling, can bring about the revival we need. Only the Holy Spirit can do this.
When we are a comfort and encouragement to others, we are sometimes surprised at how it comes back to us many times over.
I trust Jesus with all my tomorrows, knowing that He will solve the mystery of life beyond the grave.
Can people tell from the emphasis we attach to material things whether we have set our affection on things above, or whether we are primarily attached to this world?
More friction and tensions are caused in a family by tone of voice than for any other one reason.
As Christians, we are not to get our worlds mixed up . . . We are not to mingle with the world, but we are to witness to the world.
Being” is far more important than “doing.” When we are what we should be inside, we will bring forth fruit.