Some Of My Favorite Inspirational Quotes…

Something a little different this time. Wanted to compile some of my favorite quotes into a single blog. So, here you go. How about sharing some of your own in the comments section at the end of the blog? Thanks.

“You have nothing to do but to save souls. Therefore spend and be spent in this work.” ~ John Wesley

“Faith honors God. And God honors faith.” ~ Leonard Ravenhill

“Faith is a choice, a decision that is based on the complete adequacy of the Lord Jesus Christ in every situation.” ~ Charles Stanley

“Talking to men for God is a great thing, but talking to God for men is greater still.” ~ E.M. Bounds

“The hardest part of faith is the last half hour.” ~ David Wilkerson

“Faith is not something you hold, but Someone who holds you.” ~ Winkie Pratney

“The great hindrance in spiritual life is that we will look for big things to do. ‘Jesus took a towel…and began to wash the disciples’ feet.’ ” ~ Oswald Chambers

“The need is the call.” ~ Bill Wilson

“If we loved men more and sacrificed more for them, we would pray more for them.” ~ J. Pengwern Jones

“God didn’t call us to be successful, just faithful.” ~ Mother Teresa

“Through the provision of Jesus Christ, we can be as close to God as our desires will take us. The limits are not on God’s side, but on ours.” ~ Francis Frangipane

“Above all, keep much in the presence of God. Never see the face of man till you have seen his face who is our life, our all.” ~ Robert Murray McCheyne

“My worth to God in public is what I am in private.” ~ Oswald Chambers

“If we turn our eyes to Jesus, we’ll find life’s true beginning is there at the cross where He died.” ~ Steven Curtis Chapman

“Hasten the harvest.” ~ Robert Murray McCheyne

“Conformity to worldly customs converts the church to the world ; it never converts the world to Christ.” ~ E.G. White

“The past has not exhausted the possibilities nor the demands for doing great things for God. The church that is dependent on its past history for its miracles of power and grace is a fallen church. The greatest benefactor this age could have is the man who will bring the teachers and the church back to prayer.” ~ E.M. Bounds

“All changes, even the most longed for, have their melancholy; for what we leave behind us is a part of ourselves; we must die to one life before we can enter another.” ~Anatole France

“The world has yet to see what God can do with a man fully consecrated to him. By God’s help, I aim to be that man.” ~ Henry Varley speaking to a young D.L. Moody