"God is never in a hurry"
"All that we build is going to be inspected by God."
"Holiness, not happiness, is the chief end of man."
"We have to pray with our eyes on God, not on the difficulties."
"When it is a question of God's almighty Spirit, never say, "I can't."
"Yielding to Jesus will break every form of slavery in any human life."
"The dearest friend on earth is a mere shadow compared to Jesus Christ."
"The whole point of getting things done is knowing what to leave undone."
"No power on earth or in hell can conquer the Spirit of God in a human spirit"
"Worship and intercession must go together, the one is impossible without the other."
"It is the unseen and the spiritual in people that determines the outward and the actual."
"If sin rules in me, God's life in me will be killed; if God rules in me, sin in me will be killed."
"Be rightly related to God, find your joy there, and out of you will flow rivers of living water."
"If we are going to live as disciples of Jesus, we have to remember that all noble things are difficult."
"Faith is not intelligent understanding, faith is deliberate commitment to a Person where I see no way."
"The agony in Gethsemane is the agony of the Son of God in fulfilling His destiny as the Saviour of the world."
"Trust no one, not even the finest saint who ever walked this earth, ignore him, if he hinders your sight of Jesus Christ."
"Readiness for God means that we are ready to do the tiniest little thing or the great big thing, it makes no difference."
"The Cross did not happen to Jesus: He came on purpose for it. He is "the Lamb slain from the foundation of the world."
"The centre of salvation is the Cross of Jesus, and the reason it is so easy to obtain salvation is because it cost God so much."
"A child of the light confesses instantly and stands bared before God; a child of the darkness says - "Oh, I can explain that away."
"Have I entered into the glorious privilege of being crucified with Christ until all that is left is the life of Christ in my flesh and blood?"
"God makes us pure by His sovereign grace, but we have something to look after, this bodily life by which we come in contact with other people and with other points of view"
"Never allow anything to deflect you from insight into Jesus Christ. It is the test of whether you are spiritual or not. To be unspiritual means that other things have a growing fascination for you."
"A practical way of keeping personal purity unsullied in relation to other people is to say to yourself - That man, that woman, perfect in Christ Jesus! That friend, that relative, perfect in Christ Jesus!"
"Being saved and seeing Jesus are not the same thing. Many are partakers of God's grace who have never seen Jesus. When once you have seen Jesus, you can never be the same, other things do not appeal as they used to do."
"The Cross was a superb triumph in which the foundations of hell were shaken. There is nothing more certain in Time or Eternity than what Jesus Christ did on the Cross: He switched the whole of the human race back into a right relationship with God. He made Redemption the basis of human life, that is, He made a way for every son of man to get into communion with God."
"Readiness for God means that we are ready to do the tiniest little thing or the great big thing, it makes no difference. We have no choice in what we want to do, whatever God's programme may be we are there, ready. When any duty presents itself we hear God's voice as Our Lord heard His Father's voice, and we are ready for it with all the alertness of our love for Him."
"If the Spirit of God detects anything in you that is wrong, He does not ask you to put it right; He asks you to accept the light, and He will put it right. A child of the light confesses instantly and stands bared before God; a child of the darkness says - "Oh, I can explain that away." When once the light breaks and the conviction of wrong comes, be a child of the light, and confess, and God will deal with what is wrong; if you vindicate yourself, you prove yourself to be a child of the darkness."
Compiled by Thomas George