Let us treat men as men, and God as God; and then we shall go calmly on in the path of duty, fearing the Lord and fearing nobody else
…if we will bow down, the Lord will lift us up. …We stoop to conquer
Gratitude ought to be, and I believe it is, in the heart the most powerful force in human motive
[faith] must dwell in the stormy sea if she would be one of the chief of the ways of God
Surely we should all speak the more boldly to men if we had more constant converse with God
Our great Captain should be served by brave soldiers
Let us not dread old age. Let us grow old graciously since the Lord Himself is with us in fullness of grace
Faith increases… the more she hath been cast down, and lifted up again
Ours is not a life of anxious care but of happy faith
Prayer should be as simple a matter as the opening of the mouth; it should be a natural, unconstrained utterance
He who made man so that when he had sinned he needed garments, also in mercy supplied him with them
We need more singing! Sing more and murmur less! Sing more and slander less! Sing more and cavil less!
When God stands at a man’s right hand, that man is himself sure to stand
If you stop and do nothing until you can do everything, you will be useless
It will go well with us when we go well before God
Give not way to the fainting spell of unbelief! Believe in Christ and not in your own feelings!
Would you have your heavenly Father indulge you with all the sweet things of this life and spoil you for the life to come?
Faith increases in solidity, assurance, and intensity, the more she is exercised with tribulation
He who comes forth fresh from beholding the face of God will never fear the face of man
Straightforward is the best runner–why do I not run at once to the living God?