Q-Quotes

July 13 - 17

  • Monday:
    We must go back to the doctrines. I fear that the new generation does not know [true biblical] doctrines as our fathers knew them. ~ John Broadus
  • Tuesday:
    The Bible cannot be true if there is no truth. Of course, if there is no truth, then a book written by an atheist cannot be true either. ~ Frank Turek
  • Wednesday:
    Once upon a time ‘tolerance’ was the ability to endure someone's opinion that one doesn’t necessarily agree with. Recently, the new twisted tolerance has ‘somehow’ been redefined to mean, “If you don’t accept MY opinion then you need to be silenced at all cost. ~ Mark Spence
  • Thursday:
    If we really believed that God meant what He said - what should we be like! Dare I really let God be to me all that he says he will be? ~ Oswald Chambers
  • Friday:
    If the next centennial does not find us a great nation … it will be because those [citizens] who represent the enterprise, the culture, and the morality of the nation do not aid in controlling the political forces. ~ President James Garfield, 1881

July 20 - 24

  • Monday:
    All God's giants have been weak men, who did great things for God because they believed that God would be with them. ~ Hudson Taylor
  • Tuesday:
    We need to be refueled often spiritually. That renewing fuel is found in Bible reading and prayer. Just like a fuel tank on the car, we need frequent filling. Lack of fuel causes spiritual weakness and stunted growth. ~ Verna Pollock
  • Wednesday:
    America is not dying because of the strength of humanism but the weakness of evangelism. ~ Leonard Ravenhill
  • Thursday:
    Always seek peace between your heart and God, but in this world, always be careful to remain ever-restless, never satisfied, and always abounding in the work of the Lord. ~ Jim Elliot
  • Friday:
    The man of leadership caliber will work while others waste time, study while others sleep, pray while others play. There will be no place for loose or lazy habits in word or thought, deed or dress. He will observe a soldierly discipline, diet and deportment, so that he may wage a good warfare. ~ J. Oswald Sanders

July 27 - July 31

  • Monday:
    Victory is the place where our breaking point becomes our turning point. ~ L. Burt
  • Tuesday:
    We never test the resources of God until we attempt the impossible. His resources are not a well capable of being pumped dry...Not a river that drought can diminish...Not a reservoir that runs dry. And in such faith - a reckless faith - Jesus takes the keenest delight. ~ R. G. Lee
  • Wednesday:
    What we are really lacking today is a real hatred of evil. ~ Chuck Smith
  • Thursday:
    A sacrifice is a gift of the essence or the product of our lives. It may be a gift of our time, a gift of our talent, or a gift of our treasure. Whatever shape it takes, it is a sacrifice given with no regard for a return on the investment. ~ John Garmo
  • Friday:
    The branch of the vine does not worry, and toil, and rush here to seek for sunshine, and there to find rain. No; it rests in union and communion with the vine; and at the right time, and in the right way, is the right fruit found on it. Let us so abide in the Lord Jesus. ~ James Hudson Taylor

August 3 - 7

  • Monday:
    Knowing that we are fulfilling God’s purpose is the only thing that really gives rest to the restless human heart. ~ Chuck Colson
  • Tuesday:
    Whatever you do, wherever you live, if you belong to Jesus Christ, the call from heaven has come to you - to the highest honor a human being can experience. The Son of God is spreading His love, His lifestyle, and His life-saving message across this planet - and you know what? He has summoned you to join Him in His glorious Administration. Don't settle for anything less. ~ Ron Hutchcraft
  • Wednesday:
    The whole being of any Christian is faith and love. Faith brings the man to God, love brings him to men. ~ Martin Luther
  • Thursday:
    I have found that there are three stages in every great work of God: first, it is impossible, then it is difficult, then it is done. ~ James Hudson Taylor
  • Friday:
    When I go down to the grave I can say, like many others, 'I have finished my day's work!' But I cannot say, 'I have finished my life.' My day's work will begin again the next morning. The tomb is not a blind alley; it is a thoroughfare! It closes on the twilight, it opens on the dawn! ~ Victor Hugo
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