Sunday, June 26, 2011


"The moment you begin to ponder the essence of truth, you are brought face-to-face with the requirement of a universal absolute - the eternal reality of God." - John MacArthur

"Instead of bemoaning our own predicaments, how often do we look at the world, with all its evil and suffering, and say to God, "Forgive me for my part in the world's sin?" - Randy Alcorn

"Hence that dread and amazement with which, as Scripture uniformly relates, holy men were struck and overwhelmed whenever they beheld the presence of God...Men are never duly touched and impressed with a conviction of their insignificance until they have contrasted themselves with the majesty of God." - John Calvin

"The cross is the continental divide between human wisdom and divine wisdom." - John Piper

"Any good that comes our way doesn't come to us solely because we have done something good, but because God is good." - Ray Comfort

"We cannot come to Christ to be justified until we have first been to Moses, to be condemned. But once we have gone to Moses, and acknowledged our sin, guilt, and condemnation, we must not stay there. We must let Moses send us to Christ." - John R.W. Stott

"The human dilemma is this: God is holy, and we are not, God is righteous, and we are not." - R.C. Sproul

"Our greatest fulfillment lies in giving ourselves to others." - Henri Nouwen

"We must allow the Bible to say what is says, not what we think it ought to say." - Jerry Bridges

"If man is not made for God, why is he only happy in God? If man is made for God, why is he so opposed to God?" - Blaise Pascal

"The wisdom of "the wise and understanding" has produced remarkable scientific advances. But it leaves out the most important reality, namely God. From one side it is stunning for its achievements, and from another side it is stunning for its stupidity in missing the main thing." - John Piper

"Christ became what we are in order to make us what He is." - St. Irenaeus of Lyons

"I believe it to be a grave mistake to present Christianity as something charming and popular with no offense in it. Seeing that Christ went about the world giving the most violent offense to all kinds of people, it would seem absurd to expect that the doctrine of His person can be so presented as to offend nobody...Whatever His peace was, it was not the peace of an amiable indifference." - Dorothy Sayers

"There are only two kinds of men: the righteous, who believe themselves sinners; the rest, sinners, who believe themselves righteous." - Blaise Pascal

"Either there is a God or there isn't. Both possibilities are frightening." - Ray Comfort

"All I have seen teaches me to trust the Creator for all I have not seen." - Ralph Waldo Emerson

"I would sooner bring one person to Jesus than unravel all the mysteries of the Word, for salvation is the thing we are to live for." - Charles Spurgeon

More quotes to come!