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Quotes About Christian Life

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Max Lucado
“We may speak about a place where there are no tears, no death, no fear, no night; but those are just the benefits of heaven. The beauty of heaven is seeing God.”
Max Lucado, Experiencing the Heart of Jesus Workbook: Knowing His Heart, Feeling His Love

“Forgive me for being so ordinary while claiming to know so extraordinary a God.”
Jim Elliot

A.W. Tozer
“We might be wise to follow the insight of the enraptured heart rather than the more cautious reasoning of the theological mind.”
A.W. Tozer, The Knowledge of the Holy

Elisabeth Elliot
“Cruelty and wrong are not the greatest forces in the world. There is nothing eternal in them. Only love is eternal.”
Elisabeth Elliot, A Chance to Die: The Life and Legacy of Amy Carmichael

Eddie  Johnson
“Fear of the LORD is the beginning of knowledge. Only Fools despise wisdom and discipline."

Proverbs 1:7 NLT”
Eddie Johnson

Charles R. Swindoll
“While God, for the most part, allows this cosmos [creation] to work according to the laws of nature, there is never a time when He is not actively involved in every detail of life.”
Charles R. Swindoll

David Platt
“We've taken the lifeblood out of Christianity and put Kool-Aid in its place so that it tastes better to the crowds, and the consequences are catastrophic. ~Follow Me, pg. 7”
David Platt

Fred C. White
“No man runs the race until he sees the dream.”
Fred C. White

Stormie Omartian
“There are so many things we do not appreciate in our life until we recognize God's love for us in them.”
Stormie Omartian, Choose Love: The Three Simple Choices That Will Alter the Course of Your Life

Van Harden
“As we Christians strive to be more influenced by God’s kingdom than by this world, we’re reminded we will sometimes slip, but ‘if we confess our sins, he is faithful and just and will forgive our sins and purify us from all unrighteousness’ (1 John 1:9).”
Van Harden, Life in the Purple Wedge!

Van Harden
“I had treated my temporary earthly problems so emotionally and seriously that they became major energy zappers, brain drains, and heart breakers. I knew I was a Christian living in this world, but things didn’t really sink in until the concept of the purple wedge made me ‘see’ it and put things into perspective.”
Van Harden, Life in the Purple Wedge!

“The more familiar acquaintance we have with God the more do we partake of him. He that passes by the fire may have some gleams of heat, but he that stands by it has his colour changed. It is not possible that a man should have any long conference with God and be no whit affected. If we are strangers to God it is no wonder that our faces become earthy.”
William Bramwell

Anthony Liccione
“The past, has been erased; the present, forgiven; and the future, redeemed.”
Anthony Liccione

Colin S. Smith
“God’s Word is the living seed that brings new birth. It is the milk that nurtures the new life of a young Christian and the meat that builds the muscle of a mature believer.”
Colin S. Smith, Jonah: Navigating a God-Centered Life

Steven J. Lawson
“If you please God, it does not matter whom you displease. And if you displease Him, it does not matter whom you please.”
Steven J. Lawson, The Kind of Preaching God Blesses

Van Harden
“[God] wants your adoration. He wants your confessions. He wants your thankfulness. He wants your requests. But most of all, He wants you and your love for Him with all your heart, strength, mind, and soul. What a joy it is to be so wanted by the Creator of everything.”
Van Harden, Life in the Purple Wedge!

Van Harden
“When you became a Christian, you were still susceptible to living the way you learned to live before. Your brain was not wiped clean. That conflicts with this new life to which you gave yourself. Is it easy being a Christian in this world today? No! You are living in two contrary worlds at the same time. The two worlds have collided!”
Van Harden, Life in the Purple Wedge!

Dietrich Bonhoeffer
“The Christian life is participation in the encounter of Christ with the world.”
Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Ethics

Steve C. Roberts
“Christians want to whine to everyone under the sun about their problems, instead of actually going to the only one who not only cares, but can actually do something about their problems. Next time you are sick, broken hearted or having problems, before you call your friends, post it on Facebook, or tell your pet fish, try going to God with it, and see how much better that works for you.”
Steve C. Roberts, One Minute Thoughts: A Daily Devotional

Van Harden
“Remember, as a believer, you are already in God’s kingdom, even if you are still standing on this earth.”
Van Harden, Life in the Purple Wedge!

Van Harden
“If you are a Christian, especially if you are unhappy or frustrated, remind yourself frequently of the purple wedge in which you live.”
Van Harden, Life in the Purple Wedge!

Van Harden
“You have both feet in both worlds at the same time, at least for now. An understanding of this may or may not change what happens to you in this world, but it will definitely change how you see, react to, and handle things, especially if you keep in mind the new knowledge you have of where you are.”
Van Harden, Life in the Purple Wedge!

“When I seek him, root my values and desires in him, when I found my relationships and sense of self on him, my capacity for joy increases. The more I "have" Jesus, the deeper my enjoyment of him. He increases my desire for those things that are good, adds value to that which is benign, and diminishes the strength of the negative (the evil) that threatens to throttle me. My dependence on material values and experiences as the means by which I define or please myself decreases.”
Greg Paul, The Twenty-Piece Shuffle: Why the Poor and Rich Need Each Other

Van Harden
“Everyone in heaven is in God’s kingdom. They are in the 100 percent blue portion of the map. But not everyone in God’s kingdom is in heaven. Is it really possible to live in two worlds at the same time? Absolutely! If you are a Christian, you already are!”
Van Harden, Life in the Purple Wedge!

“As those of you with children know, rational parenting is like the Loch Ness Monster. We all hope it's out there somewhere, but we don't know anyone who has actually discovered it (and if we do come across someone who claims to have found it, deep down we think that person is a little off.”
Holly Sprink, Faith Postures: Cultivating Christian Mindfulness

Ikechukwu Joseph
“Fear is an enemy to fight and defeat and not an enemy to fear. Fear of falling, fear of the unknown, fear of making mistakes, fear of trying new ideas, fear of failure or fear of those already there."
~ Ikechukwu Joseph”
Ikechukwu Joseph, Discovering Yourself

Van Harden
“For believers, there is much more to existence than simply passing out of one world and into another.”
Van Harden, Life in the Purple Wedge!

Steven J. Lawson
“The essence of Christianity is centered upon the Lord Jesus Christ. The sum and substance of being a Christian is trusting Christ with the entirety of one’s being. The height of the Christian life is adoring Christ, the depth of it loving Him, the breadth of it obeying Him, and the length of it following Him. Everything in the Christian life revolves around Jesus Christ. Simply put, Christianity is Christ.”
Steven J. Lawson, The Kind of Preaching God Blesses

Van Harden
“If, in Him all things hold together, why would anyone ever want to be apart from Him?”
Van Harden, Life in the Purple Wedge!

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