You can quote me on that (part 6)

Here are a few more quotes I quite liked:

Fear knocked at the door. Faith answered. There was no one there. MaxLucado

You cannot really believe in this great salvation without feeling something. LLoyd-Jones

Richard Dawkins was asked in a guardian interview “What problem do you hope scientists will have solved by the end of the century?”. He replied the problem of human consciousness.

As a father, I’ve never regretted making time to spend with my daughters. But I have regretted not doing so. Dads, let’s do it while we can! MaxLucado

Leaders: The emphasis is CHARACTER more than GIFTING, and on BEING rather than DOING. Once we BE we will DO well. PJ_Smyth

Nothing in the world can take the place of persistence…Persistence and determination alone are omnipotent. BearGrylls

When we pursue kingdom principles above His presence we are seeking a kingdom without a king. billjohnsonBJM

No one cares how quickly Michelangelo painted the Sistine Chapel. RickWarren

When it comes to The Bible ignorance is not bliss. Greg Haslam

One man filled with the Holy Spirit is better than a hundred committees, which, ‘keep minutes but lose hours.’ When God so loved the world He did not form a committee, but sent His Son, and His Son sent the Spirit. Christ said that believers are the light of the world, but it needs the Holy Spirit to switch them on. Plugged in? Be switched on. REINHARD BONNKE


You can quote me on that (part 4)

The person who wrote this sign should check this out:

It’s very helpful. Anyway, here are some more quote I have picked up. The first is one of my favorites so far. Hope you enjoy the rest.

Sin is saying to God “you’re in my seat!” Rob Bell

Max Lucado

God doesn’t call the qualified; he qualifies the called MaxLucado

May you live in such a way that your death is just the beginning of your lifeMaxLucado

the sermon raises the question ‘when is lunch’Rob bell

Old folks tell me in your later yrs,you’ll regret the GOOD you DIDNT DO in life far more than mistakes you made. Do it now. RickWarren

The bible starts with a garden and ends with a city. What is a city? A city is a lot of well organised gardens.Rob Bell

I don’t know the secret to success, but the secret to failure is to try to please everybodyBill Cosby

Heaven is where God is storing the earth’s future. Rob Bell

‘Not called’ did you say? ‘Not heard the call’, I think you should say William Booth

Love the Puritan quote “peace is joy resting; joy is peace dancingTerryVirgo

You can quote me on that (part 2)

Dr Evil finger quoting

Don’t you just love “quotes”! Here are some more I have collected:

Life on earth is just the first letter of the first sentence in the first chapter of the great story God is writing with your life. MaxLucado

Who I am in Christ is amazing. Who Christ is in me is the real story. It is beyond amazing. billjohnsonBJM

Sin is like a cat at the door – in before you know it. ” Sin shall have no dominion over you.” In Jesus Name. Reinhard Bonnke

Too often we are Christians by assumption, manipulation or instruction, rather than Christians by regeneration. A W Tozer

Other men pursue good and it flies from them… but goodness and mercy follow the people of God and they cannot avoid or escape it. Flavel

Power! That is the essence of the gospel. A powerless gospel preacher is like an unwashed soap salesman. Singing ‘There is power, power, wonder-working power in the precious blood of the Lamb,’ and then having to fast and pray for a month to get power does not add up. Appropriate the power of the Gospel by faith. It works. REINHARD BONNKE

If everyone who believed in miracles but didn’t have them pursued God until they got them there would be no anti-healing movement. Bill Johnson

Media approval is better than being ignored. It’s a kind of love. Independent newspaper article about children of rock star dads

Matthew 13 is probably the Bible’s most comprehensive chapter on the Kingdom of God, where Jesus paints multiple pictures to teach us about how his kingdom advances – seed, yeast, treasure in a field, a fine pearl, and a fishing net. Many years ago I remember hearing David Devenish refer to this as a “depressingly encouraging” portion of Scripture, because, as you shall see, the good guys definitely win in the end, but sometimes victory is slower and more costly than we might anticipate. PJ Smyth.

Kingdom advance is often costly (he sold everything he had)
Kingdom advance often involves disappointment (some seed got taken away and some new plants got choked)
Kingdom advance often has small beginnings
PJ_Smyth (me in brackets)

Out of the overflow of the heart the mouth tweets A friend of Phil Moore