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Sunday, 20 November 2011 20:34

Quote of the Day Nov 20, 2011

I believe that much of our religious unbelief is due to a wrong conception of and a wrong feeling for the Scriptures of Truth. A silent God suddenly began to speak in a book and when the book was finished lapsed back into silence again forever. Now we read the book as the record of what God said when He was for a brief time in a speaking mood. With notions like that in our heads how can we believe? The facts are that God is not silent, has never been silent. It is the nature of God to speak. The second Person of the Holy Trinity is called the Word. The Bible is the inevitable outcome of God's continuous speech. It is the infallible declaration of His mind for us put into our familiar human words. "˜The Pursuit of God,' A.W.Tozer

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Monday, 21 February 2011 01:07

Quote of the Day February 20, 2011

Victory is the place where our breaking point becomes our turning point.  L. Burt

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Sunday, 03 October 2010 05:38

Quote of the Day October 2, 2010

A path to a close daily walk with God, "“ step by step, with circumspect vigilance, conduct and even motive are watched and weighed in God's own balances.

"˜George Muller of Bristol' Dr. A.T. Pierson

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Wednesday, 29 September 2010 06:59

Quote of the Day September 28, 2010

A great statesman made a speech that turned the tide in national affairs. "May I ask how long it took you to prepare that speech?" asked an admirer. "All my life has been a preparation for what I said today," was the reply.

"˜Spiritual Leadership,' J. Oswald Sanders

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Friday, 24 September 2010 21:27

Quote of the Day September 24, 2010

Love is internal, not external. There can be external manifesta­tions, but love itself will always be an internal factor. Coveting is always internal; the external manifestation is result. We must see that to love God with all the heart, mind, and soul is not to covet against God; and to love man, to love our neighbour as ourselves, is not to covet against man. When I covet God's prerogatives for myself, or covet another person's things for myself, I am not loving God or the person as I should.

Complete Works of Francis A Schaeffer V3

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Wednesday, 22 September 2010 20:02

Quote of the Day September 22, 2010

Everywhere is apathy. Nobody cares whether that which is preached is true or false. A sermon is a sermon whatever the subject; only the shorter the better.

Charles H. Spurgeon (said over 100 years ago)

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Tuesday, 21 September 2010 21:57

Quote of the Day September 21, 2010

A great statesman made a speech that turned the tide in national affairs. "May I ask how long it took you to prepare that speech?" asked an admirer. "All my life has been a preparation for what I said today," was the reply.

"˜Spiritual Leadership,' J. Oswald Sanders

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Wednesday, 15 September 2010 02:46

Quote of the Day September 14, 2010

This is not a time for weak men in weak pulpits in weak churches preaching weak messages.  The aim of good Bible teaching is to conform church members to Christ's image.

John MacArthur

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Monday, 13 September 2010 14:25

Quote of the Day September 13, 2010

The Christian life isn't a life that we live, it is a life that the Spirit of God who indwells us, is living through us "“ that is the Holy Spirit is the expressing the character of Jesus Christ in and through our life.

Charles Stanley

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Friday, 10 September 2010 11:37

Quote of the Day September 10, 2010

Compromise is the partial waiving of principle for the sake of reaching agreement. It is always a backward step when we consent to lower our standards, and all too often this is involved in arriving at a compromise. It nearly always involves a scaling down of standards.

The epic contest of Moses with Pharaoh affords a classic example of the progressive temptation to compromise. When Pharaoh discerned Moses' inflexible purpose to take Israel out of Egypt to worship Jehovah, he used all his wiles to frustrate him. "Worship God if you will," was the first suggestion, "but there is no need to leave Egypt to do it. Worship God where you are." The modern counterpart would be: "Don't neglect religion. But there is no need to be narrow and make a complete break with the world."

"˜Spiritual Leadership,' J. Oswald Sanders

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