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We have nothing to fear for the future, except as we shall forget the way the Lord has led us, and His teaching in our past history.
Talk unbelief, and you will have unbelief; but talk faith, and you will have faith. According to the seed sown will be the harvest.
It is not earthly rank, nor birth, nor nationality, nor religious privilege, which proves that we are members of the family of God; it is love, a love that embraces all humanity.
Our heavenly Father has a thousand ways to provide for us, of which we know nothing.
We are all woven together in the great web of humanity, and whatever we can do to benefit and uplift others will reflect in blessing upon ourselves.
Whatever attracts the mind from God, whatever draws the affections away from Christ, is an enemy to the soul.
A modest, godly woman will dress modestly. . . The one who is simple and unpretending in her dress and in her manners shows that she understands that a true woman is characterized by moral worth.
Pure air, good water, sunshine, the beautiful surroundings of nature...these are God's means for restoring the sick to health.
Next to the Bible, nature is to be our great lesson book.
The things of nature are the Lord's silent ministers, given to us to teach us spiritual truths. They speak to us of the love of God and declare the wisdom of the great Master Artist.
The sin which is indulged to the greatest extent, and which separates us from God and produces so many contagious spiritual disorders, is selfishness.
A person whose mind is quiet and satisfied in God is in the pathway to health.
Why the Christian life is so difficult to many is because they have a divided heart. They are double-minded, which makes them unstable in all their ways.
All our words and actions pass in review before God.
God requires his people to shine as lights in the world. It is not merely the ministers who are required to do this, but every disciple of Christ. Their conversation should be heavenly.
None are so sinful that they cannot find strength, purity, and righteousness in Jesus, who died for them.
But God will have a people upon the earth to maintain the Bible, and the Bible only, as the standard of all doctrines and the basis of all reforms.
The spirit of Christ is a missionary spirit.
A kind, courteous Christian is the most powerful argument in favor of the gospel that can be produced.
Pure air, sunlight, abstemiousness, rest, exercise, proper diet, the use of water, trust in Divine power-these are the true remedies.
Talents used are talents multiplied.
All the riches of the world are not of sufficient value to redeem one perishing soul.
If you lose Heaven, you lose everything; if you gain Heaven, you gain everything.
The people are hungry for the bread of life. Do not offer them a stone.
As we lay hold upon the truth of God, its influence must affect us. It must elevate us. It must remove from us every imperfection.
If the life we live in this world is wholly for Christ, it is a life of daily surrender.
Nature is the mirror of divinity.
The life of Christ was a life of humble simplicity, yet how infinitely exalted was his mission. Christ is our example in all things.
It is a universal principle that whenever one refuses to use his God-given powers, these powers decay and perish.
The words of the Bible, and the Bible alone, should be heard from the pulpit.
The Saviour would have passed through the agony of Calvary that one might be saved in His kingdom. He will never abandon one for whom He has died.
True love is a high and holy principle, altogether different in character from that love which is awakened by impulse and which suddenly dies when severely tested.
Every act, every deed of justice and mercy and benevolence, makes heavenly music in Heaven.
Whatsoever is done out of pure love, be it ever so little or contemptible in the sight of men, is wholly fruitful; for God measures more with how much love one worketh, than the amount he doeth.
Turn, O backsliding children, saith the Lord; for I am married unto you.
True beauty of dress consists in its simplicity . . . What do these devotees of fashion gain? Only the satisfaction of being admired, like a butterfly.
Flesh-meats will depreciate the blood. Cook meat with spices, and eat it with rich cakes and pies, and you have a bad quality of blood.
There are orphans who can be cared for; but this some will not venture to undertake; for it brings them more work than they care to do, leaving them but little time for their own pleasure.
God tests and proves us by the common occurrences of life. It is the little things which reveal the chapters of the heart.
The ministers of Christ should possess refinement. All uncouth manners, attitudes and gestures should be discarded, and they should encourage in themselves humble dignity of bearing.
It is a fearful mistake for us to neglect the study of the Bible to investigate theories that are misleading, diverting minds from the words of Christ to fallacies of human production.
Why should the sons and daughters of God be reluctant to pray, when prayer is the key in the hand of faith to unlock heaven's storehouse, where are treasured the boundless resources of Omnipotence.
Do not sit down in Satan's easy chair of do-little, but arise and aim at the elevated standard which it is your privilege to attain.
Fixed principles of truth are the only safeguard for youth.
God's promises are all on condition of humble obedience.
The existing confusion of conflicting creeds and sects is fitly represented by the term "Babylon," which prophecy (Revelation 14:8) applies to the world-loving churches of the last days.
Singing is as much an act of worship as is prayer.
Those who use tobacco, tea and coffee should lay these idols aside, and put their cost into the treasury of the Lord.
I would warn my brethren and sisters to never flatter persons because of their ability; for they cannot bear it. Self is easily exalted, and in consequence, persons lose their balance.
We should strive to understand the weakness of others.