**One should enter the pulpit as though it were the first time, as though it could be the best time, and as though it might be the last time!
**No man can bear witness to Christ and to himself at the same time. No man can give the impression that he himself is clever and that Christ is mighty to save.
**You will never find Jesus so precious as when the world is one vast howling wilderness. Then he is like a rose blooming in the midst of the desolation, a rock rising above the storm.
--Robert Murray McCheyne
**When our leading scientists have to resort to the sort of destortion that would land a stock promoter in jail, you know they are in trouble.
--Phillip E. Johnson
**Science and lies cannot coexist. You don't have a scientific lie, and you cannot lie scientifically. Science is basically the search of truth.
--Bruce Alberts, U.S. National Academy of Sciences
**The old fisherman will not discard his rod, and the man called of the Spirit never is anything else and never ceases to be a preacher of the everlasting Gospel.
--Ralph G. Turnbull
**Never read without taking notes. All other reading is self-indulgence and an occasion for sleep.
--John A. Hutton
**All that mankind has done, thought, gained, or been: it is as in magic preservation in the pages of books.
**If thou meanest to enlarge thy religion, do it rather by enlarging thine ordinary devotions than thy extraordinary.
**He is no fool who gives what he cannot keep to gain what he cannot lose.
**If we do not see beyond the visible, if we cannot touch that which is intangible, if we cannot hear that which is inaudible, if we cannot know that which is beyond knowing, then I have serious doubts about the validity of our Christian experience.
--A. W. Tozer
**There is nothing, however beautiful or lovely, however inspiring, more satisfying than the Bible.
--Wilbur M. Smith
**No Man is greater than his prayer life.
**The Holy Ghost is certainly the best preacher in the world, and the words of Scripture the best sermons.
**Of the whole of Scripture there are two parts: the law and the gospel. The law indicates the sickness, the gospel the remedy.
**The Bible tells us to love our neighbors, and also to love our enemies; probably because they are generally the same people.
--G. K. Chesterton
**I did not go through the Book. The Book went through me.
--A. W. Tozer
**The gospel is a declaration, not a debate.
--James S. Stewart
**Talk about the questions of the day; there is but one question, and that is the Gospel. It can and will correct everything needing correction.
--William E. Gladstone
**The Bible was never intended to be a book for scholars and specialists only. From the very beginning it was intended to be everybody's book, and that is what it continues to be.
--F. F. Bruce
**The Bible is the sheet anchor of our liberties. Write its principles upon your heart and practice them in your lives.
--Ulysses S. Grant
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