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“Furthermore, unlike so many of his evangelical contemporaries he did not hold the view that the various inter-denominational youth movements represented the most hopeful field of labour; indeed his doctrine of the church left him with little sympathy for that attitude.”
Iain H. Murray, The Life of Martyn Lloyd-Jones - 1899-1981
“Thus his belief was that in a service where feeling could be restrained it ought to be restrained. The power of God was more likely to be known in a solemn stillness than amid noise and excitement. Silence and an expectant seriousness, born of a realisation of the nearness of God, were striking characteristics of the services at Sandfields.”
Iain H. Murray, The Life of Martyn Lloyd-Jones - 1899-1981
“To teach men that they possess the ability to turn from sin when they choose to do so is to hide the true extent of their need.”
Iain H. Murray, The Life of Martyn Lloyd-Jones - 1899-1981
“The expository preacher is not one who 'shares his studies' with others, he is an ambassador and a messenger authoritatively delivering the Word of God to men.”
Iain H. Murray, The Life of Martyn Lloyd-Jones - 1899-1981
“From the experience of these years Dr. Lloyd-Jones was immovably confirmed in a truth which he had first seen in the New Testament. It was that evangelism is pre-eminently dependent upon the quality of the Christian life which is known and enjoyed in the church.”
Iain H. Murray, The Life of Martyn Lloyd-Jones - 1899-1981
“Some who were not yet ready to venture into the chapel on Sundays might well put in their first appearance on a Saturday night to see what Y dyn bach ('the little man') had got to say. (The Welsh term has an element of affection in it not obvious in the English)”
Iain H. Murray, The Life of Martyn Lloyd-Jones - 1899-1981