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The moment you accept God's ordering, that moment your work ceases to be a task, and becomes your calling; you pass from bondage to freedom, from the shadow-land of life into life itself.
Not prayer without faith, nor faith without prayer, but prayer in faith, is the cost of spiritual gifts and graces.
Value friendship for what there is in it, not for what can be gotten out of it.
A loving trust in the Author of the Bible is the best preparation for a wise study of the Bible.
Friendship by its very nature consists in loving, rather than in being loved.
If a man is unable to find the way to Jesus, he ought to be led. It is good work this bringing the blind to Him who alone can give them sight.
No parent ought to punish a child except with a view to the child's good. And in order to do good to a child through his punishment, a parent must religiously refrain from punishing him while angry.
An over-readiness to criticise or to depreciate a minister of Christ is proof of a lack of devotion to Christ.
It is not an easy thing for a parent of today to bear always in mind that every child of his is as truly an individual as he was when he was a child.
Conscience tells us that we ought to do right, but it does not tell us what right is - that we are taught by God's word.
Jesus has never slept for an hour while one of His disciples watched and prayed in agony.
He who knows how to teach a child is not competent for the oversight of a child's education unless he also knows how to train a child.
All that any of us has to do in this world is his simple duty
Just as sure as the days go by, Jesus will come to us, looking for fruit; and He will come in personal hunger, needing and longing for the fruit which we might have ready for Him.