F. B. Meyer Quotes

"Faith bears Fruit."

"Keep me from evil."

"Confess sin instantly."

"Faith is more than Creed."

"We must be still before God."

"Hand over to Christ every temptation and care."

"What is sin? It is the "Yes of the will" to temptation."

"When a man is right with God, God will freely use him."

"As we pour out our bitterness, God pours in his peace."

"Consecration is not the act of our feelings but of our WILL."

"Consecration is only possible when we give up our will about EVERYTHING."

"Your foes may be numerous as the devils in hell, strong and wily; but He will save."

"Sin is the act of the will, and is only possible when the will assents to some unholy influence."

"Jesus Christ, came into the world to glorify the Father, and the Holy Ghost came into the world to glorify the Son."

"Faith bears Fruit. It cannot help it, because it links the soul with Christ, so that the energy of His life pours into it through the artery of faith, and, as it comes in, so it must make a way for itself out."

"How often God takes away our consolations, that we may only love Him for Himself; and reveals our sinfulness, that we may better appreciate the completeness of his salvation!"

"But temptation is not sin. A man may ask me to share with him the spoils of a burglary, but no one can accuse me of receiving stolen property if I indignantly refuse and keep my doors tightly shut against him."

"When we are born again, a new life- the life of God- is put into us by the Holy Spirit. But the old self-life, which is called in Scripture THE FLESH, is not taken away. The two may coexist in the same heart. "The flesh lusts against the Spirit, and the Spirit against the flesh."

"Be indifferent to emotion. If it is there, be thankful; if it is absent, go on doing the will of God, reckoning on Him, speaking well of Him behind His back, and, above all, giving no signs of what you are suffering, lest you be a stumbling block to others."

"Temptation may even be a blessing to a man when it reveals to him his weakness and drives him to the almighty Savior. Do not be surprised, then, dear child of God, if you are tempted at every step of your earthly journey, and almost beyond endurance; but you will not be tempted beyond what you are able to bear, and with every temptation there will be a way of escape."

"Jesus Christ has bought us with His blood, but, alas, He has not had His money's worth! He paid for ALL, and He has had but a fragment of our energy, time and earnings. By an act of consecration, let us ask Him to forgive the robbery of the past, and let us profess our desire to be henceforth utterly and only for Him- His slaves, owning no master other than Himself."

"If there be, therefore, perpetual failure in your life, it cannot arise from any weakness or impotence in the Mighty God; but from some failure on your part. That failure may probably be discovered in one of three hiding places--imperfect surrender, deficient faith; or neglected communion. But when the intention of the soul is right with God, without doubt HE WILL SAVE."

Compiled by Thomas George