Weekly Quotes – 2019

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November 2019

“The heart determines the life – the life reveals the heart.”
— Charles Finney (1792 – 1875) – American Christian minister, evangelist, revivalist, and author

Related Post: Guard Your Heart With All Diligence! – 4 Tips

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November 2019

“The enemies of God’s people are often very confident of their own strength, and they are most secure when their day to fall draws nigh!”
— Matthew Henry (1662 – 1714) – Welsh Christian minister, author, and Bible commentator

Related Post: They Tried To Outsmart God

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October 2019

“The most crucial danger to a Christian, whatever his role, is to lack a passion for Christ. The most direct route to personal renewal and new effectiveness is a new, all-consuming passion for our Saviour. O Lord, give us this passion, whatever the cost!”
— Wesley L. Duewel (1916 – 2016) – American Christian missionary to India, author, Bible teacher, and president of One Mission Society International

Related Post: Seeking God With All Our Heart

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October 2019

“Begin each day by letting God hear your voice. Lift your voice to God in prayer; lay your requests before Him. Set out before Him the things you are going to have to do that day. Commit to Him the problems, the difficulties you anticipate, and then, like David (Psalms 5:1-3), you will be able to wait in expectation. You won’t be worried, fearful. You will be expecting the answers to those prayers that you committed to God in the morning.”
— Derek Prince (1915 – 2003) – British Christian international Bible teacher, theologian, pastor, and author

Related Post: Joy Cometh In The Morning

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October 2019

“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 (1897 – 1963) – American Christian pastor, preacher, and author

Related Post: Lead Me In Your Truth: Part 2 – The Ancient Paths

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October 2019

“As the centuries pass, the evidence is accumulating that, measured by His effect on history, Jesus is the most influential life that ever lived on this planet!”
— Kenneth S. Latourette (1884 – 1968) – an American Christian missionary, educator, author, and historian of China, Japan, and world Christianity

Related Post: Lead Me In Your Truth: Part 3 – The Person of Truth

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September 2019

“Be assured, if you walk with God, look to Him, and expect help from Him, He will never fail you!”
— George Müller (1805 – 1898) – Prussian Christian evangelist, founder of the Ashley Down orphanage, and international Bible teacher

Related Post: Seven Prayers and Seven Answers

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September 2019

“The more you praise God, the more you become God-conscious and absorbed in His greatness, wisdom, faithfulness, and love. Praise reminds you of all that God is able to do and of the great things He has already done!”
— Wesley L. Duewel (1916 – 2016) American Christian missionary to India, author, Bible teacher, and president of One Mission Society International

Related Post: I am Blessed

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September 2019

“If you have lost your hunger for God, if you do not have a cry for more of God, you are missing the plan. There must come up from us a cry that cannot be satisfied with anything but God!”
— Smith Wigglesworth (1859 – 1947) – British Christian evangelist of the early history of Pentecostalism

Related Post: Blessed Are They Which Do Hunger

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September 2019

“It is grace to know God’s commands. They release us from self-made plans and conflicts. They make our steps certain and our way joyful!”
— Dietrich Bonhoeffer (1906 – 1945) – a German pastor, theologian, author, and spy, who was imprisoned and executed by the Nazi regime

Related Post: Let Me Not Wander From Your Commandments

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August 2019

“God is determined that His children be ‘conformed to the image of His Son’ (Romans 8:29), and He will keep working until He accomplishes His purpose!”
— Warren W. Wiersbe (1929 – 2019) – an American pastor, Bible teacher, conference speaker, and author
Related Post: Growing Up In Messiah

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August 2019

“Woe unto the wicked! It will be bad for him, for the deeds of his hands will be paid back to him!”
— Isaiah 3:11

Related Post: They Tried To Outsmart God

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August 2019

“In His Will is our peace!”
— Joy Davidman Lewis (1915 – 1960) – an American poet and writer, often referred to as a child prodigy, who, late in life, was most notably known as C. S. Lewis’  wife

Related Post: 3 Steps For Finding Great Peace

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August 2019

“I firmly believe a great many prayers are not answered because we are not willing to forgive someone.”
— Dwight L. Moody (1837 – 1899) – American Christian preacher, evangelist, publisher, and founder of the Moody Bible Institute

Related Post: Forgiveness: A Two-Way Street

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August 2019

“How beautiful is God’s love for us! He has infinite intelligence and perfect knowledge of what is truly best for all. God always acts in the highest interest of His creatures, working earnestly for our good!”
— Charles Finney (1792 – 1875) – American Christian minister, evangelist, revivalist, and author

Related Post: Sorrows and the Holy Spirit

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July 2019

“Man has an Eternity within him when he is born into this world. His life therefore is not for the sake of simply living here, not for any thing this world can give him, but it is only to have time and place, to become either an eternal partaker of a Divine Life with God, or to have an Hellish Eternity among fallen angels.”
— William Law (1686 – 1761) – British priest, teacher, and author
Related Post: Our Life Here is As A Vapour

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July 2019

“Time spent in prayer is never wasted! Prayer is so necessary, and the source of so many blessings, that he who has discovered the treasure cannot be prevented from having recourse to it. We must continually seek to cherish our spirit of prayer, and we must avoid everything that tends to make us lose it.”
— François Fenelon (1651 – 1715) – French Catholic archbishop, theologian, poet, teacher, and writer

Related Post: More Things Are Accomplished

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July 2019

“Faith unites us to God, and then draws us near to Him. We must see to it that our faith is sound and strong, for otherwise prayer cannot prevail with God.”
— Charles Spurgeon (1834 – 1892) – British Baptist preacher and author, known as the “Prince of Preachers”

Related Post: 3 Keys To Strengthening Our Faith

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July 2019

“If you do not forgive others, God does not forgive you (Mark 11:26). This truth applies especially in our attitudes toward our parents, who most commonly cause the problem of rejection. Lives have changed when people realize they have a scriptural obligation to honour their parents. That does not mean you ignore their faults completely, but you must forgive them and determine to honour them to the greatest extent that you are able. I have never known anyone who had a wrong relation to his parents who was really blessed and prosperous.”
— Derek Prince (1915 – 2003) – British Christian international Bible teacher, theologian, pastor, and author

Related Post: Keeping The Fifth Commandment: Honouring Our Parents

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June 2019

“All men praise patience, but there are few who wish to practice it.”
— Thomas a Kempis (1380 – 1471) – German Catholic priest of the late midieval period and author of “The Imitation of Christ”

Related Post: Patience: The Forgotten Virtue

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June 2019

“It seems better to me, to get the Book of books [the Bible] for food for our soul, for the strengthening of our faith, and the building up of our character in God, so that all the time we are being changed and made meet (fit) to walk with God.”
— Smith Wigglesworth (1859 – 1947) – British Christian evangelist of the early history of Pentecostalism

Related Post: Building the Walls of Our Character

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June 2019

“I do not find in myself the power to be happy merely by doing what I like. On the contrary, if I do nothing except what pleases my own fancy, I will be miserable almost all the time. We will never be perfectly at peace with ourselves until we find our life in living for God!”
— Thomas Merton (1915 – 1968) – American Catholic author and Trappist monk

Related Post: The Missing Link to Finding Happiness

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June 2019

“If you would follow on to know the Lord, come at once to the open Bible expecting it to speak to you. Do not come with the notion that the Bible is a thing which you may push around at your convenience. It is more than a thing, it is a voice, a word, the very Word of the living God!”
— A.W.Tozer (1897 – 1963) – American Christian pastor, preacher, and author

Related Post: Let Us Follow On To Know Yahuwah

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June 2019

“Unto you, I am calling. I am calling out to all of you. My voice is to everyone! Hear; for I will speak of excellent things. My mouth shall speak truth. Hearken unto me, all of you, for happy are they that keep my ways!”
— Proverbs 8:4, 6-7, 32

Related Post: Wisdom’s Call

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May 2019

“I gave in, and admitted that God was God; and I knelt and prayed.”
— C. S. Lewis (1898 – 1963) – British novelist, poet, essayist, lecturer, Christian apologist, and author of The Chronicles of Narnia

Related Post: Messiah: The Word Made Flesh

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May 2019

“Wisdom comes to us in the Scripture, and presents to us a choice, showing the dividing of the pathway — the Pathway of Life and the Pathway of Death. Wisdom warns — if we are to walk in the Pathway of Life, we have to hate evil. Wisdom hates pride and arrogance. These are subtle things that can begin without our scarcely being aware of them. Evil behavior, perverse speech — these are things wisdom hates. If we are to walk in the Way of Life, we have to hate what wisdom hates” (See Proverbs 8:12-13).
— Derek Prince (1915 – 2003) – British Christian international Bible teacher, theologian, pastor, and author

Related Post: Lead Me In Your Truth: Part 1 – The Basics

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May 2019

“Keep your conscience good and you will always enjoy happiness, for a good conscience can bear a great deal and can bring joy even in the midst of adversity. But an evil conscience is ever restless and fearful. A good, clean conscience inspires great trust in God. Happy is the man who casts from him all that can stain or burden his conscience.”
– Thomas, à Kempis (1380 – 1471) – German Catholic priest of the late midieval period and author of ‘The Imitation of Christ’

Related Post: 4 Tips for Keeping a Clear Conscience

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May 2019

“No where in the Scriptures, nor in Christian biography, was anyone ever filled with the Spirit, who did not know that he had been. No where was anyone filled with the Spirit, who did not know when. And no one was ever filled gradually.”
– A.W.Tozer (1897 – 1963) – American Christian pastor, preacher, and author

Related Post: Have You Received the Holy Spirit Since You Believed?

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April 2019

“Perhaps the greatest hindrance to our work is our own imagined strength. The Father taught me in my helplessness to pray, even about little things, in which another might have felt able to handle himself.”
– J. Hudson Taylor (1832 – 1905) – British Christian missionary to China and founder of the China Inland Mission

Related Post: Faithful in Little Things

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April 2019

“If it is absolutely necessary to you to first know the answers to life’s questions, then forget the journey. You will never make it. Because life’s journey is a journey of unknowables — a journey of unanswered questions, of enigmas and mysteries, of incomprehensibles, and, most of all, a journey of things unfair.”
– Madame Guyon (1648 – 1717) a devout French Catholic author, who was imprisoned for her beliefs regarding prayer, spirituality, and piety

Related Post: The Journey of This Life: Walking With Messiah

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April 2019

“There is a difficulty about disagreeing with God. He is the source from which all your reasoning power comes: you could not be right and He wrong any more than a stream can rise higher than its own source. When you are arguing against Him you are arguing against the very power that makes you able to argue at all: it is like cutting off the branch you are sitting on.”
– C. S. Lewis (1898 – 1963) – British novelist, poet, essayist, lecturer, Christian apologist, and author of ‘The Chronicles of Narnia’

Related Post: His Word – Higher Than the Heavens

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April 2019

“Rather than praying for my needs, I began to thank God continuously for all that He had already provided. Giving thanks did more to strengthen my faith than asking for things.”
– Lydia Prince (1890-1975) – Danish missionary to Jerusalem, wife of Derek Prince, and author of ‘Appointment in Jerusalem’

Related Post: How Can I Satisfy My Thirsty Soul?

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March 2019

“Our love of God must be a sincere love. It must be a strong love. We must love God in the most intense degree, with all that is within us. It must be a singular and superlative love. We must love Him more than any thing else. The heart must be united to love God, and therefore all the powers of the soul must be engaged for Him.”
– Matthew Henry (1662 – 1714) –
Welsh Christian minister, author, and Bible commentator
Related Post: Unite My Heart to Fear Your Name

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March 2019

“There is only one way to all the treasures of God, and that is the way of faith. And all lack of faith is due to not feeding on God’s Word.”
– Smith Wigglesworth (1859 – 1947) – British Christian evangelist of the early history of Pentecostalism

Related Post: 3 Keys To Strengthening Our Faith

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March 2019

“No man can do a great and enduring work for God who is not a man of prayer, and no man can be a man of prayer who does not give much time to praying.”
– E. M. Bounds (1835 – 1913) – an American clergy, attorney, and author

Related Post: Three Tips for Persevering in Prayer

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March 2019

“O how I love Your Torah! It is my meditation all the day. How sweet are Your Words unto my taste! yea, sweeter than honey to my mouth!”
Psalms 119:97,103
Related Post: His Word – Like Sweet Honey

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March 2019

“When you pray, you are talking to God; when you read the Word [the Bible], He is talking to you.”
– Aimee Semple McPherson (1890 – 1944) – a Canadian-American Pentecostal evangelist in the 1920s and 1930s, also
known as Sister Aimee, famous for founding the Foursquare Church
Related Post: Learning to Hear Father’s Voice: Removing the Obstacles

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February 2019

“Hunger is the escort to the deeper things of God.”
– from the song ‘Soul Cry’ by Misty Edwards (born 1979) – American contemporary Christian musician

Related Post: Blessed Are They Which Do Hunger-Part One

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February 2019

“Trials are often more beneficial for you, than if you had things always as you would wish.”
– Thomas à Kempis (1380 – 1471) – German Catholic priest of the late midieval period and author of ‘The Imitation of Christ’

Related Post: More Precious Than Gold

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February 2019

“We have adopted the convenient theory that the Bible is a Book to be explained, whereas first and foremost, it is a Book to be believed, and after that to be obeyed.”
– Leonard Ravenhill (1907 – 1994) – British Christian evangelist and author

Related Post: 10 Examples of How God’s Word is a Light For Our Path

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February 2019

“Wherever you find real love, you will also find real humility. Remember something: humility is not a weak and timid quality. Too often we feel that humility is a sign of weakness. This is not so. It is the sign of strength and security.”
– Kathryn Kuhlman (1907 – 1976) – American Christian healing evangelist

Related Post: The Key to the Holy Spirit’s Guidance

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January 2019

“We should never divorce the written Word from the Holy Spirit, or the Holy Spirit from the written Word. It is not God’s plan that the Word should ever work apart from the Spirit, or the Spirit apart from the Word. God’s Word and God’s Spirit will always work together in perfect unity and harmony.”
– Derek Prince (1915 – 2003) – British Christian international Bible teacher, theologian, pastor, and author

Related Post: The Word – or The Spirit?

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January 2019

“The pessimist sees difficulty in every opportunity. The optimist sees opportunity in every difficulty.”
– Winston Churchill (1874 – 1965) – British officer, author, and Prime Minister of Britain

Related Post: No Discipline Seems Pleasant

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January 2019

“An individual who grows in grace is more and more motivated by principle, and less and less by emotion or feeling. I do not mean that such a person has less feeling, but that he acts less under the influence of feeling or emotion. He does things, less because he feels so, but more because it is right.”
– Charles Finney (1792 – 1875) – American Christian minister, evangelist, revivalist, and author

Related Post: Five Simple Facts from God’s Word

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January 2019

Often God’s warning signals are like the cooing of the dove. The Holy Spirit’s gentle rebukes and nudges are tender and small. It is a true faith that is sensitive to God’s warning signals! We need to pay attention.”
– A. W. Tozer (1897 – 1963) – American Christian pastor, preacher, and author
Related Post: Discerning the Guidance of the Holy Spirit: Two More Keys

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