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Giggles
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"I don't seek revival; I seek Christ."

-Paul Washer


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 2010/1/2 2:34Profile
wayneman
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“When a man has a toothache the world says, ‘Poor man’; when a man’s wife is unfaithful to him the world says, ‘Poor man’; when a man is in financial
embarrassment the world says, ‘Poor man’; when it pleased God in the form of a lowly servant to suffer in this world the world says, ‘Poor man’; when an Apostle with a divine commission has the honor to suffer for the truth
the world says, ‘Poor man.’ — Poor world!”

Soren Kierkegaard


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 2010/1/2 8:31Profile
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"Why do you ask for earthly things from a Heavenly Father?" -Anthony Garza

 2010/1/6 14:52Profile
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To will the will of God is to do more than give unprotesting consent to it; it is rather to choose God's will with positive determination. As the work of God advances, the Christian finds himself free to choose whatever he will, and he gladly chooses the will of God as his highest conceivable good. Such a man has found life's highest goal. He has been placed beyond the little disappointments that plague the rest of men. Whatever happens to him is the will of God for him and that is just what he most ardently desires. But it is only fair to state that this condition is one not reached by many of the busy Christians of our busy times. Until it is reached, however the Christian's peace cannot be complete. There must be still a certain inward controversy, a sense of spiritual disquiet which poisons our joy and greatly reduces our power. - A.W. Tozer

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Giggles
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"He belonged to a class of men who seem to be chosen of heaven to illustrate the sublime possibilities of Christian attainment; men of seraphic fervor of devotion; men whose one overmastering passion is to win souls for Christ and to become wholly like Him themselves."

One of Brainerd's biographers on Brainerd


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TaylorOtwell
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"The more the diamond is cut, the more it sparkles."

- Thomas Watson on afflications


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Shun all the wretched foolishness and corruption--of light, silly, and amorous songs; on the same principle that you would shun books of the same nature. Sacred music is the true refuge of the Christian. I wish your ears, your hearts, and your tongues were often tuned to such melodies. The play-house, the opera, and the concert-hall--have deluged our society with perversions of the heavenly art of music. Music was designed to lead the soul to heaven--but the depravity of man has greatly corrupted God's merciful design for music.

- Legh Richmond


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The characters of people, are speedily discerned by their choice of books. I trust that you will never sacrifice time, affection, or attention to novels. Do not be ashamed of having never read the fashionable books and novels of the day. A Christian has no time, and should have no inclination for any reading which has no real tendency to improve the heart. There are too many valuable books on a variety of worthy subjects, which ought to be read--to allow for time to be dedicated to unwholesome and useless ones!

- Legh Richmond


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Aim at great neatness and simplicity. Shun finery and show. Do not be in haste to follow new fashions. Remember, that with regard to dress--that Christians ought to be decidedly plainer, and less showy than the people of the world. I wish it to be said of my daughters, "With what evident and befitting simplicity, are the daughters of Mr. Richmond attired."

- Legh Richmond


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Be cheerful--but not gigglers.
Be serious--but not dull.
Be communicative--but not overbearing.
Be kind--but not servile.
In every company support your Christian principles, by cautious consistency.

- Legh Richmond


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