Meet Mr. Moody Part 3

written by: Warren Wiersbe Chapter 5: The Battle for Britain “I go where I can do the most good. That is what I am after. It is souls I want–it is souls I want!” Moody spoke those words to some British friends in 1873. He had recently arrived in Britain, responding to an invitation from […]

Evangelistically Speaking

written by: Michael Catt Southern Baptists like to brag about being a denomination of 15 million plus. We are (in our opinion) the biggest and the best. Truth be known (and we all know it) we are probably closer to 8 million. If all our churches cleaned up their rolls, the picture would be more […]

"If we love Christ our devotion will not remain a secret." - Anonymous

"The gravest question any of us face is whether we do or do not love the Lord." - A. W. Tozer

"If you claim to love Christ and yet are living an unholy life, there is only one thing to say about you. You are a bare faced liar." - D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones

"One of our greatest learning tasks is how to give and receive love." - Anonymous

"A man who loves his wife will love her letters and her photographs because they speak to him of her. So if we love the Lord Jesus, we shall love the Bible because it speaks to us of him." - John R. W. Stott

"Love for Christ is a love of willing as well as a love of feeling, and it is psychologically impossible to love Him adequately unless we will to obey His words." - A. W. Tozer

"To love someone is to seek his or her best and highest good. - Anonymous

"Love means deliberate self-limitation, we deliberately identify ourselves with the interests of our Lord in everything." - Oswald Chambers

"Love without return is like a question without an answer." - Anonymous

"Agape love is to want the best for someone else, regardless of their merit or your cost." - Michael Catt

"Love is not only something you feel. It's something you do." - David Wilkerson

"It's ironic that in the game of tennis 'love' is nothing but in life it is everything." - Michael Catt

"Love springs spontaneously, that is, it is not premeditated, but love does not develop like that. Both naturally and spiritually love requires careful developing; love won't stay if it is not sedulously cultivated. If I am not careful to keep the atmosphere of my love right by cultivation, it will turn to lust." - Oswald Chambers

"Christian love is 'the tie that binds.' Love is the evidence of salvation: 'We know that we have passed from death unto life, because we love the brethren' (1 John 3:14). It is the 'spiritual lubrication' that keeps the machinery of life running smoothly." - Warren W. Wiersbe

"Love can never be deep unless it is pure." - Anonymous

"Love rules without a sword and binds without a cord." - Anonymous

"Any old woman can love God better than a doctor of theology can." - Saint Bonaventure

"What we love we shall grow to resemble." - Saint Bernard of Clairvaux

"I love Mickey Mouse more than any woman I've ever known." - Walt Disney, in Walter Wagner, You Must Remember This

"We are shaped and fashioned by what we love." - Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

"I would rather be blind and deaf and dumb, and lose my taste and smell, than not love Christ. To be unable to appreciate Him is the worst of disabilities, the most serious of calamities. It is not the loss of a single spiritual faculty, but it proves the death of the soul." - Charles Spurgeon

"The strongest evidence of love is sacrifice." - Caroline Fry

"There is nothing you can do to make God love you more. There is nothing you can do to make God love you less. His love is unconditional, impartial, everlasting, infinite, perfect!" - Richard C. Halverson

"Amazing love, how can it be, that Christ my God would die for me." - Hymn

"We like someone because. We love someone although." - Henri de Montherlant

"Suffering is the true cement of love." - Paul Sabatier

"The first duty of love is to listen." - Paul Tillich

"Though we cannot think alike, may we not love alike?" - John Wesley

"He who does not love sinners cannot pray aright for them. When we love sinners, then prayer is fervent. And when we love Jesus, then will the prayer be earnest. Love is the flaming torch to kindle the pile of our devotions." - Charles Spurgeon


The Two Comfortors

written by: W. H. Griffith Thomas JOHN 14:16 -“I will pray the Father, and he shall give you another Comforter, that He may abide with you forever.” One has only to observe the size of a crowd watching the progress of a building on some city street to realize the interest that such an operation […]

Book Notices

Angry Peopleā€¦and What We Can Learn from Them, Warren W. Wiersbe, Baker Books. In this book, our contributing editor reveals some surprising insights about anger. Using Scripture and the saints (including Moses, David, Jonah and Jesus) he examines anger in all its forms, showing how it worked for good or bad. This book was previously […]

Abe Books One site we mentioned in an earlier issue is no longer up and running. Instead of searching you can check out for used books 2ProphetU2ProphetU is an online magazine/website, started by Warren Wiersbe and Michael Catt, to build up the church, seek revival, and encourage pastors. […]