Q-Quotes

February 23 - 27

  • Monday:
    When we suffer, there will sometimes be mystery. Will there also be faith? Yes, if our attention is focused more on the cross, and on the God of the cross, than on the suffering itself. ~ D.A. Carson
  • Tuesday:
    Put your ear down to the Bible, and hear Him bid you go and pull sinners out of the fire of sin. Put your ear down to the burdened, agonized heart of humanity, and listen to its pitiful wail for help. ~ William Booth
  • Wednesday:
    This is the work of the kingdom of God: people in the hands of the Redeemer, daily functioning as his tools of lasting change. ~ Paul Tripp
  • Thursday:
    The greatest proof of Christianity for others is not how far a man can logically analyze his reasons for believing, but how far in practice he will stake his life on his belief. ~ T. S. Eliot
  • Friday:
    You know, we live in a day when we are more afraid of holiness than we are of sinfulness. ~ Leonard Ravenhill

March 2 - 6

  • Monday:
    When you become consumed by God's call on your life, everything will take on new meaning and significance. You will begin to see every facet of your life – including your pain – as a means through which God can work to bring others to Himself. ~ Charles Stanley
  • Tuesday:
    If God can bring blessing from the broken body of Jesus and glory from something that's as obscene as the cross, He can bring blessing from my problems and my pain and my unanswered prayer. I just have to trust Him. ~ Anne Graham Lotz
  • Wednesday:
    It is a vain thought to flee from the work that God appoints us, for the sake of finding a greater blessing, instead of seeking it where alone it is to be found - in loving obedience. ~ George Eliot
  • Thursday:
    Men may yearn for peace, cry for peace, and work for peace, but there will be no peace until they follow the path pointed out by the living Christ. ~ David McKay
  • Friday:
    A compass is narrow-minded—it always points to the magnetic north… We must discipline ourselves, personally, to fight any deviation from the course Jesus set for us. We cannot be tolerant of any other course. ~ Billy Graham
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