Q-Quotes

August 4 - 8

  • Monday:
    Faith is like a tender plant, rooted in Christ alone, watered by the Spirit and the Word, strengthened by the winds of adversity and the sunshine of blessing. ~ Anne Graham Lotz
  • Tuesday:
    Each of us needs to learn - even if the lesson is painful - that our work doesn't belong to us. ~ David Wilkerson
  • Wednesday:
    The true follower of Christ will not ask, ‘If I embrace this truth, what will it cost me?’ Rather he will say, ‘This is truth. God help me to walk in it, let come what may!’ ~ A.W. Tozer
  • Thursday:
    We are in the world, not of it. Being accepted by the world is the worst thing that can happen to the Church. ~ Michael Brown
  • Friday:
    Do not have your concert first, and then tune your instrument afterwards. Begin the day with the Word of God and prayer, and get first of all into harmony with Him. ~ J. Hudson Taylor

August 11 - 15

  • Monday:
    We ought to give thanks for all fortune: if it is “good,” because is it good, if “bad” because it works in us patience, humility, and the contempt of this world - and the hope of our eternal country. ~ C. S. Lewis
  • Tuesday:
    Prayers of intercession and petition need not be reserved for situations we can't control. We need to ask God's help even when we do have some control. ~ Glen Argan
  • Wednesday:
    No faith is required to do the possible; actually only a morsel of this atom-powered stuff is needed to do the impossible, for a piece as large as a mustard seed will do more than we have ever dreamed of. ~ Leonard Ravenhill
  • Thursday:
    All our actions should be formed on this example and plan: We should have the love of God and man for our principle and motive; God's glory for our end; His will for our rule. He who lives and acts thus shall live forever. ~ Adam Clarke
  • Friday:
    The devil is a bully, but when we stand in the armour of God, he cannot harm us; if we tackle him in our own strength we are soon done for; but if we stand with the strength and courage of God, he cannot gain one inch of way at all. ~ Oswald Chambers

August 18 - 22

  • Monday:
    Affliction comes to the believer not to make him sad, but sober; not to make him sorry, but wise. Even as the plow enriches the field so that the seed is multiplied a thousand fold, so affliction should magnify our joy and increase our spiritual harvest. ~ Henry Ward Beecher
  • Tuesday:
    Courage does not always roar, sometimes it is a quiet voice at the end of the day saying, 'I will try again tomorrow.' ~ Mary Anne Radmacher
  • Wednesday:
    God gave you a gift of 86,400 seconds today. Have you used one to say 'thank you?' ~ William A. Ward
  • Thursday:
    I prefer to be in prison for two years than do nothing for God. ~ Li Lei, arrested and beaten for her Christian faith in China
  • Friday:
    He has the right to interrupt your life. He is Lord. When you accepted Him as Lord, you gave Him, the right to help Himself to your life anytime He wants. ~ Henry Blackaby

August 25 - 29

  • Monday:
    Hardships and suffering is where God gets the best out of you. In the valley of suffering is where the fountains of blessing will open. ~ Persecuted church leader in a nation where Christianity is restricted
  • Tuesday:
    God never ceases to speak to us, but the noise of the world without and the tumult of our passions within bewilder us and prevent us from listening to him. ~ Francois Fenelon
  • Wednesday:
    The Savior is not looking for men and women who will give their spare evenings to Him - or their years of retirement. Rather, He seeks those who will give Him first place in their lives. ~ William MacDonald
  • Thursday:
    It is absurd to think that a person could truly hear Christ’s voice and be recreated by the Spirit, and yet be unchanged by the event. ~ Paul Washer
  • Friday:
    Let the Bible fill the memory, rule the heart, and guide the feet. ~ Henrietta Mears

September 1 - 5

  • Monday:
    Satan’s strategies to stop the church will ultimately serve to spread the church. And Satan’s strategies to inflict earthly pain in your life will ultimately serve to increase eternal glory with your God; ‘Light momentary affliction.’ ~ David Platt
  • Tuesday:
    When the Spirit, the word and the providence of God agree we can be quite certain that the Lord is leading us, for these three always agree and are in harmony and cannot disagree. ~ George Muller
  • Wednesday:
    Our most pressing obligation is to do all in our power to obtain a revival that will result in a reformed, revitalized, purified church. ~ A.W. Tozer
  • Thursday:
    A good character is the best tombstone. Those who loved you, and were helped by you, will remember you. So carve you name on hearts, and not on marble. ~ Charles Spurgeon
  • Friday:
    Adversity stirs us up and causes us to look at life differently. We are forced to deal with things on a deeper level. Nothing causes self to cave in like suffering. And once our religious facade begins to wear thin, God moves in and begins teaching us what real Christ-likeness is about. ~ Charles Stanley
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