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The evangelistic ministry is a fight, not a frolic.
Humanity wants comfort in its sorrow, light in its darkness, peace in its turmoil, rest in its weariness, and healing in its sickness and diseases: The Gospel gives all of this to us.
Our society strives to avoid any possibility of offending anyone - except God.
Many times it takes just one member of a family to initiate the action to bring a family back together again.
Do not expect me to fall in with the evil customs and ways of the world. I am in Rome, but I will not do as Rome does. I am an alien, a stranger, and a foreigner. My citizenship is in heaven.
Submission . . . involves getting rid of everything which hinders God’s control over our lives.
If the church is acceptable to this present ageand is not suffering reproach, then it is not the true church that our Lord founded.
A muscle becomes weak if it is not used. To become strong, a muscle must push against something.
Your own family circle knows whether Christ lives in you and through you.
It is only the consecrated, Spirit-filled Christian who can have victory over the world, the flesh, and the devil. It is the Holy Spirit who will do the fighting for you.
Whatever is unlike Christ in conduct, speech, or disposition grieves the Spirit of grace.
When you pick up the cross of unpopularity, wherever you may be, you will find God’s grace is there, more than sufficient to meet your every need.
The church should not reflect pop culture but portray godly attributes. The church should not seek pleasures but seek after God.
Many young people are building their lives on the rock of materialism. I find across the country a deep economic discontent among people in every walk of life.
We need to place God at the center of our family . . . As a family, we need to walk with God daily.
Worldliness is actually a spirit, an atmosphere, an influence permeating the whole of life and human society, and it needs to be guarded against constantly and strenuously.
To be Spirit-filled is to be controlled or dominated by the Spirit’s presence and power.
Some of the most radiant Christians I have ever met were “wheelchair” saints. May God give you grace to “triumph in affliction.
The church is blending into the community by embracing what the world enjoys and, in turn, bringing inside the church the world’s ideas and interests.
No subject is closer to my heart than the family . . . The moral foundation of our country is in danger of crumbling as families break up and parents neglect their responsibilities.
The lives of many reflect the practices and standards of this present world . . . they are more interested in imitating the world system dominated by Satan than in imitating Christ.
Only as we bow in contrition, confession, and repentance at the foot of the cross, can we find forgiveness. There is the grace of God!
Christ’s church is a place to grow people up in the Lord, not to enhance our leisure time.
The central message of the Bible is Jesus Christ.
A Christian has tremendous responsibilities to his own family. He or she has a responsibility of loving each member of the family.
Our world needs to be touched by Christians who are Spirit-filled, Spirit-led, and Spirit-empowered.
When we come to the end of ourselves, we come to the beginning of God.
The motive of grace is the infinite, compassionate love of a merciful God, but the work of grace was the death of Christ on the cross.
The church is in turmoil today. The church is not to reflect the world but to be a portrait of Jesus Christ.
Jesus made everything so simple and we have made it so complicated. He spoke to the people in short sentences and everyday words, illustrating His messages with never-to-be forgotten stories.
It is only the strong Christian family unit that can survive the coming world holocaust.
The entire world is in turmoil. We are living in a time of enormous conflict and cultural transformation. We have been stunned by shockwaves of change in nation after nation, all around the globe.
Extremes should be avoided.
The grace of God has been tested in the crucible of human experience, and has been found to be more than an equal for the problems and sins of humanity.
No church is perfect, but don’t let that discourage you. Someone has said that if you ever find one that is, it will stop being perfect the minute you join!
When Jesus needed friends, they left Him.
God knew that children grow and mature best in a stable, loving family, and this was one reason He gave marriage to us.
Too many people want to have one foot in the world and one foot in the kingdom of God, and it is like straddling a fence. You are not happy either way. Declare yourself for Christ.
The more we yield to pressure, the more easily we will yield next time.
Throughout Scripture we read of warnings preceding disaster. Such alerts from God are part of His grace and provision.
The church should not be pampered but rather prepare for, and expect, persecution—for it is Christ’s body on earth.
Christ can take the most sin-laden, selfish, evil person and bring forgiveness and new life.
Not everyone Jesus tried to turn back from the brink of destruction responded—nor will they with us.
Tell me what you think about money, and I will tell you what you think about God, for these two are closely related. A man’s heart is closer to his wallet than anything else.
We have exchanged love of family and home for cyberfriends and living in constant motion that robs the soul from memories—and perhaps from that still, small voice that longs to be heard.
We live in a hostile world that constantly seeks to pull us away from God.
Delighting in the Lord alters the desires.
I look forward to seeing Christ and bowing before Him in praise and gratitude for all He has done for us, and for using me on this earth by His grace—just as I am.
When the church begins to entertain the flock and respond to the cult of self—it is diminished to a mere community center.
Forgiveness is one of the most beautiful words in the human vocabulary. How much pain and unhappy consequences could be avoided if we all learned the meaning of this word!