Q-Quotes

July 7 - 11

  • Monday:
    It is of no use to pray for the old days; stand square where you are and make the present better than any past has been. Base all on your relationship to God and go forward, and presently you will find that what is emerging is infinitely better than the past ever was. ~ Oswald Chambers
  • Tuesday:
    To hold on to the plough while wiping our tears - this is Christianity. ~ Watchman Nee
  • Wednesday:
    I love seeing a faith that's so raw and real and beautiful that it enlarges my faith, too. No magic tricks or fireworks; just the slow-burning smolder of a steady glow. I want to be that person for someone else too. ~ J.S. Park
  • Thursday:
    Wishing will never be a substitute for prayer. ~ Ed Cole
  • Friday:
    The person who says yes to Christ must say no to the things of the world, because to be in Christ is to rely on His power rather than our own and to be willing to forsake our own way for His. ~ John MacArthur

July 14 - 18

  • Monday:
    I have held many things in my hands, and have lost them all; but whatever I have placed in God’s hands, that I still possess. ~ Martin Luther
  • Tuesday:
    Revival is a renewed conviction of sin and repentance, followed by a desire to live in obedience to God. It is fiving up one’s will to God in deep humility. ~ Charles Finney
  • Wednesday:
    I will be grateful for the twenty-four hours that are before me. Time is a precious commodity. I refuse to allow what little time I have to be contaminated by self-pity, anxiety, or boredom. I will face this day with the joy of a child and the courage of a giant. ~ Max Lucado
  • Thursday:
    I have never received a heavenly dispatch. Rather, I have found that divine guidance often comes as a result of taking steps of faith. And God not only has His will, but He also has His timing for each and every situation. The Bible tells us, 'He has made everything beautiful in its time' (Eccl. 3:11). ~ Greg Laurie
  • Friday:
    The longer I live, the more convincing proofs I see of this truth, that God governs in the affairs of men. And if a sparrow cannot fall to the ground without His notice, is it probable that an empire can rise without his aid? We have been assured, Sir, in the Sacred Writings, that ‘except the Lord build the House, they labor in vain that build it.’ ” ~ Benjamin Franklin

July 21 - 25

  • Monday:
    The Lord gets his best soldiers out of the highlands of affliction. ~ Charles H. Spurgeon
  • Tuesday:
    We are puzzled and bewildered whenever we see suffering in this world because we have become accustomed to the mercy and the long-suffering of God. Amazing grace is no longer amazing to us. ~ R. C. Sproul
  • Wednesday:
    Jesus first of all, loves His Father in heaven and would never compromise the message that sinners must be delivered or be damned. That is the reason Jesus came to earth—to save sinners. ~ Kirk Cameron
  • Thursday:
    Let us look forward to the time when we can take the flag of our country and nail it below the Cross, and there let it wave as it waved in the olden times, and let us gather around it and inscribed for our motto: ‘Liberty and Union, one and inseparable, now and forever,’ and exclaim, ‘Christ first, our country next!’ ~ Andrew Johnson, 17th U.S. President
  • Friday:
    We are settling for a Christianity that revolves around catering to ourselves when the central message of Christianity is actually about abandoning ourselves. ~ David Platt

July 28 - August 1

  • Monday:
    I know that the experiences of our lives, when we let God use them, become the mysterious and perfect preparation for the work He will give us to do. ~ Corrie Ten Boom
  • Tuesday:
    If the church marries herself to the spirit of the times, she will find herself a widow in the next generation. ~ Charles Stanley
  • Wednesday:
    Christianity doesn't offer a smooth flight; it provides a safe landing. The promise of Jesus is not one of happiness, He promises righteousness. ~ Ray Comfort
  • Thursday:
    “We are not called to proclaim philosophy and metaphysics, but the simple gospel. Man’s fall, his need of a new birth, forgiveness through atonement, and salvation as the result of faith, these are our battle-ax and weapons of war. ~ Charles Spurgeon
  • Friday:
    We must not adopt the world's view and then tweak it to make it Christian. We must draw a line in the sand and stand firm in the radical teachings of Christ and His gospel. We must preach the truth and be the examples of the truth we preach. ~ Paul Washer
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