Monday Quotes

“Many unbelievers have threatened or prophesied the destruction of the Bible. Few people know the names of the skeptics. Everyone knows the names of Moses and Isaiah and Luke and Paul.” – Will Houghton

“If you would follow on to know the Lord, come at once to the open Bible expecting it to speak to you. Do not come with the notion that it is a thing which you may push around at your convenience. It is more than a thing, it is a voice, a word, the very Word of the living God.” – A. W. Tozer

“Nothing is more needed among preachers today than that we should have the courage to shake ourselves free from the thousand and one trivialities in which we are asked to waste our time and strength, and resolutely return to the apostolic ideal which made necessary the office of the diaconate. [We must resolve that] ‘we will continue steadfastly (sic) in prayer, and in the ministry of the Word.’” – G. Cambell Morgan

“It is well to remember that reading books about the Bible is a very different thing to searching the Word for oneself.” – H. A. Ironside

“Because the New Testament provides the primary historical source for information on the resurrection, many critics during the 19th century attacked the reliability of these biblical documents.” – Josh McDowell

“The Bible is either absolute, or it’s obsolete.” – Leonard Ravenhill

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