The true Christian regards all of Christ’s friends as his friends, members of the same body, children of the same family, soldiers in the same army, and travelers to the same home. When he meets them, he feels as if he has known them a long time. He is more at home with them in a few minutes than he is with many worldly people after an acquaintance of several years. And what is the secret of all this? It is simply affection to the same Saviour and love to the same Lord.
– J. C. Ryle
If you are going to choose friends, you better choose them well, because when you look at your friends, you’re looking at a mirror reflection–you’re looking at yourself.
– Paul Washer
Let each reader see well to his company, for such company as we keep in this world, it is those that we are likely to have in the next world.
– C. H. Spurgeon