Monday Quotes

“God suffers it to appear that the best of men are but men at best. No matter how richly gifted they may be, how eminent in God’s service, how greatly honored and used of Him… Let God’s sustaining power be withdrawn from them for a moment and it will quickly be seen that they are earthen vessels. No man stands any longer than he is supported by Divine grace. the most experienced saint, if left to himself is immediately seen to be as weak as water and as timid as a mouse.” – A.W. Pink

“Christ-less Christianity sounds contradictory but it exists as a real phenomenon in our day. Much that is being done In Christ’s name is false to Christ it that it is conceived by the flesh, incorporates fleshly methods, and seeks fleshly ends. Christ is mentioned from time to time in the same way and for the same reason that a self-seeking politician mentions Lincoln and the flag, to provide a sacred front for carnal activities and to deceive the simple hearted listeners. The giveaway is that Christ is not central: he is not all and in all.” – A. W. Tozer

“…we underlined the fact that the Christian ministry is not a question for the man in the pulpit only, but because from the moment we receive Christ into our lives as Saviour and Lord, life becomes a ministry. No longer is it an aimless existence to satisfy ourselves; it becomes a ministry for the blessing of other people. The church is the only organization in the world which exists entirely for the sake of those who are not members of it.” – Alan Redpath, Blessing out of Buffetings, page 63

“A man who practices habitual sin cannot suddenly rise to a practical holiness that is evidenced by a visitation of God’s Spirit. God can and does use such a man, but the experience is never what it could have been had that man walked closer with God.” – Bill Walden

“The reason why men do not look to the Church today is that she has destroyed her own influence by compromise.” – G. Campbell Morgan

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