Q-Quotes

July 11 - 15

  • Monday:
    It's amazing how in the deepest valleys of life when we are in the pit that for some reason our heart becomes a little bit more tender toward God, we become a little bit more open. ~ Mike Tilley
  • Tuesday:
    We are spending less time in the classroom on the Bible, which should be the principle text in our schools. The Bible states these great moral lessons better than any other man made book. ~ Fisher Ames
  • Wednesday:
    Radical obedience to Christ is not easy... It's not comfort, not health, not wealth, and not prosperity in this world. Radical obedience to Christ risks losing all these things. But in the end, such risk finds its reward in Christ. And he is more than enough for us. ~ David Platt
  • Thursday:
    There is but one good; that is God. Everything else is good when it looks to Him and bad when it turns from Him. ~ C.S. Lewis
  • Friday:
    Jesus has given me ample resources to meet the spiritual needs of others because He has given me Himself and He has give me His Word. But in order to meet the spiritual needs of the multitude, I have to spend hours alone with Him in the prayerful meditation of His Word so that my spiritual needs are met. ~ Anne Graham Lotz

July 18 Ė 22

  • Monday:
    Complacency is the deadly enemy of spiritual progress. The contented soul is the stagnant soul. ~ A.W. Tozer
  • Tuesday:
    This search for happiness can knock us out of sync with God. As the life of Jesus makes clear, keeping in sync with God is about obedience. Any other pursuit will get in the way. ~ Franklin Graham
  • Wednesday:
    Christianity is the only true and perfect religion; andÖ in proportion as mankind adopt its principles and obey its precepts, they will be wise and happy. ~ Benjamin Rush
  • Thursday:
    We must give up the vain idea of trying to please everybody. That is impossible, and the attempt is a mere waste of time. We must be content to walk in Christís steps, and let the world say what it likes. ~ J.C. Ryle
  • Friday:
    There is a moral and spiritual war for the souls of Americans. And this war must be waged by preaching the Gospel, prayer, and obedience to Godís Word. ~ David Jeremiah

July 25 - 29

  • Monday:
    The Lord is in control. Nothing alarms Him, or takes Him by surprise. Nothing is too big for Him to handle, or so small it escapes His attention. When the winds of my world begin to blow, He remains seated. ~ Ronald James
  • Tuesday:
    God doesn't require our lives to be perfect in order to finish strong. We can live life fully and be ready to meet our Maker by surrendering, walking victoriously with Christ, and serving others. If Jesus called you home today, would you--like Paul--be confident that you lived well until the end? ~ Charles Stanley
  • Wednesday:
    If you believe what you like in the Gospel, and reject what you donít like, it is not the Gospel you believe, but yourself. ~ Augustine
  • Thursday:
    Discernment is not simply a matter of telling the difference between what is right and wrong; rather it is the difference between right and almost right. ~ Charles Spurgeon
  • Friday:
    If you dislike a holy God now, why would you want to be with Him forever? If worship does not capture your attention at present, what makes you think it will thrill you in some heavenly future? If ungodliness is your delight here on earth, what will please you in heaven, where all is clean and pure? You would not be happy there if you are not holy here. ~ J.C. Ryle
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