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  • M. shared from A Sketch of the Life and Labors of George Whitefield by John Charles Ryle
    Whitefield, again, was among the first to show the right way to meet infidels and skeptics. He saw clearly that the most powerful weapon against such men is not metaphysical reasoning and critical disquisition; but preaching the whole gospel, living the whole gospel, and spreading the whole gospel.
    Note: Brokenness & true holiness
  • M. shared from Desperate for His Presence: God's Design to Transform Your Life and Your City by Rhonda Hughey
    We can only bring out into the community what God has first worked in us.
    Note: If we want a revival in our church & our city we need one in our heart first.
  • M. shared from Desperate for His Presence: God's Design to Transform Your Life and Your City by Rhonda Hughey
    when the church continues on in her pro-grains without the tangible presence of Jesus, her ministry is not effective and the world around her is not impressed but bored.
    Note: Wow
  • M. shared from 7 Commitments of a Forerunner: A Sacred Charge to Press Into God by Brian Kim, Mike Bickle
    Holiness does not keep us from pleasure; it equips us to experience the pleasure of living wholeheartedly in God.
    Note: This is a great quote on holiness
  • M. shared from The Complete E.M. Bounds on Prayer by E.M. Bounds
    If we had more of Elijah's praying, marvels would not be the marvels that they are now to us. God would not be so strange, so far away in being and so feeble in action. Everything is tame and feeble because our praying is so tame and feeble.
    Note: Ouch
  • M. shared from Secondhand Jesus by Glenn Packiam
    We’ve worked so hard at making Christianity palatable to the world that the world has stolen our sermon notes. And they’re preaching it better than we are.
    Note: Oprah theology...
  • M. shared from Secondhand Jesus by Glenn Packiam
    Poverty and mediocrity are not Christian virtues, nor are they requisites for spiritual growth. But if we’re not careful, we can subconsciously believe that greed is Okay, that selfish ambition is not ungodly, and that as long as I am becoming successful, God must be in it.
    Note: Prosperity & greed Gospel