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If thou rememberest that thou art going to heaven, thou wilt not sleep on the road. If thou thinkest that hell is behind thee, and the devil pursuing thee, thou wilt not loiter.
One good deed is more worth than a thousand brilliant theories. Let us not wait for large opportunities, or for a different kind of work, but do just the things we "find to do" day by day.
We should all know more, live nearer to God, and grow in grace, if we were more alone. Meditation chews the cud and extracts the real nutriment from the mental food gathered elsewhere.
Spurgeon challenges us to go to the river of our experience, to pull up bulrushes, and to place them in the Ark of our memory, experiencing again the wonder that allowed our infant faith to flourish.
The weak mind is irritated at a little: the strong mind bears it like a rock which moveth not, though a thousand breakers dash upon it, and cast their pitiful malice in spray upon its summit.
Surely, if there could be regrets in heaven, the saints might mourn that they did not live longer here to do more good.
Christ's vast benevolence must, from the very nature of things, have afforded Him the deepest possible delight, for benevolence is joy.
If we would remember that all the trees of earth are marked for the woodman's axe, we should not be so ready to build our nests in them.
Nothing teaches us about the preciousness of the Creator as much as when we learn the emptiness of everything else.
Who can be astonished at anything, when he has once been astonished at the manger and the cross? What is there wonderful left after one has seen the Saviour?
Jesus is in the tempest. His love wraps the night about itself as a mantle, but to the eye of faith the sable robe is scarce a disguise.
Marching and quick-marching are much easier to God's warriors than standing still.
Winter in the soul is by no means a comfortable season: but there is this comfort, namely, that the Lord makes it.
A brother's sympathy is more precious than an angel's embassy.
Jesus does not cherish an offense, loving us as well after the offense as before it.
Let me be on my guard when the world puts on a loving face, for it will, if possible, betray me as it did my Master, with a kiss.
Thy faith never looks so grand in summer weather as it does in winter?
Purify our minds that we may be "first pure, then peaceable, " and fortify our souls, that our peaceableness may not lead us into cowardice and despair, when for Thy sake we are persecuted.
Down deep in His innermost soul Christ carried an inexhaustible treasury of refined and heavenly joy.
There is no balm in Gilead, but there is balm in God. There is no physician among the creatures, but the Creator is Jehovah-rophi.
Faith is the angelic messenger between the soul and the Lord Jesus in glory.
Desire is insatiable as death, but He who fills all in all can fill it. The capacity of our wishes who can measure? But the immeasurable wealth of God can more than overflow it.
If it pleases Him to bid our patience exercise itself, shall He not do as He wills with His own!
Worldlings pray to the Lord in times of need, when it serves their turn. They cry to Him in trouble, but forsake Him in prosperity.
I had rather have God for my banker than all the Rothschilds.
Dost thou want another eye beside that of Him who sees every secret thing?
No sooner is there a good thing in the world, than a division is necessary.
Almightiness and wisdom combined will make no failures.
The usual tenor of a man's life, the dwelling of his soul, is the true test of his state.
Confession is the giving up of ALL self-righteousness.
The only restorative for a guilty conscience is a sight of Jesus suffering on the cross.
Christ loved the sons of men before there were sons of men, and me before there was me. If he was going to get tired of me, he would have done so before now.
There is a wide distinction between confessing sin as a culprit, and confessing sin as a child. The Father's bosom is the place for penitent confessions.
The more loftily we see Christ enthroned, and the more lowly we are when bowing before the foot of the throne, the more truly shall we be prepared to act our part towards Him.
Prayer is the forerunner of mercy.
Alas! it is but little we have done for our Master's glory. Our winter has lasted all too long. We are as cold as ice when we should feel a summer's glow and bloom with sacred flowers.
It was well to be Martha and serve, but better to be Lazarus and commune.
As artists give themselves to their models, and poets to their classical pursuits, so must we addict ourselves to prayer.
I serve, " should be the motto of all the princes of the royal family of heaven.
Carnal love is the love of table, not of the host.
The intensity of the love of the upright is not so much to be judged by what it appears as by what the upright long for. It is our daily lament that we cannot love enough.
When grace has won the day, the worldling seeks the world to come.
Never was living beauty so enchanting as a dying Saviour.
God never loses sight of the treasure which He has placed in our earthen vessels.
He who grows not in the knowledge of Jesus, refuses to be blessed.
In the Salem of our peaceful hearts, the name of Jesus is great beyond compare: He has won our love, and He shall wear it.
Be wise and attend to obeying. Let Christ manage the providing.
Never go hungry while the daily bread of grace is on the table of mercy.
That which man doth, unaided by divine strength, God can never own. The mere fruits of the earth He casteth away
Let our liberty be practically exhibited by serving the Lord with gratitude and delight.