Moses spent forty years int he king’s palace thinking he was somebody; then he lived forty years in the wilderness finding out that he was nobody; finally he spent his last forty years discovering how a nobody with God can be a somebody. – D. L. Moody

We have a tendency to think of God being glorified only in the manifestation of his mercy. But he is just as glorified by his justice. – R. C. Sproul

Too many preachers are more concerned about filling the church building than they are about filling the pulpit. – Steven Lawson

The one questions on the table–what can a dead man do? Answer: Stink. We cannot birth ourselves. – Steven Lawson

When Christ calls a man, He bids him come and die. – Dietrich Bonhoeffer

No pain, no gain; no thorns, no throne; no gall, no glory; no cross, no crown. – William Penn

At the timberline, where the storms strike with the most fury, the sturdiest trees are found. – Hudson Taylor

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