A.W. Tozer – The Language of Faith

A.W. Tozer – The Language of Faith

AW Tozer

“Let God be true but every man a liar”
is the language of true faith”
A.W. Tozer.

Faith takes God at His Word and in its singularity of desire to please Him considers nothing else.

Oswald Chambers – Discipleship

Oswald Chambers – Discipleship

Discipleship

Deliberate Identification

“Being a disciple means deliberately identifying yourself
with God’s interests in other people”
Oswald Chambers

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“Do nothing from selfish ambition or conceit, but in humility count others more significant than yourselves.”
Philippians 2:3 (ESV)

Looking Unto Jesus

Looking Unto Jesus

sun rise over the sea crop ps 30-5

“There are times in the wilderness of this world when we feel estranged from Him and our hearts become clouded with the pressures and the flow of the world around us. It is in these times of discouragement that we set our hearts to gaze upon the ONE who has never failed us. We look to the ONE who has always visited us in our night seasons to draw us unto comfort and reassurance of His watch care in our lives. There is something profound and beyond all words and human reasoning in His watch care over His own.”
– Brian Troxel

Pursue Holiness

Pursue Holiness

“Follow peace with all men and holiness,
without which no man shall see the Lord”
Hebrews 12:14 (ESV)

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“The depth of an individual’s pursuit of holiness
is the revelation of their desire to see God!”
Brian Troxel

Maltbie Davenport  Babcock

Maltbie Davenport  Babcock

“Christianity is not a voice in the wilderness, but a life in the world. It is not an idea in the air but feet on the ground going God’s way. It is not an exotic to be kept under glass, but a hardy plant to bear twelve months of fruits in all kinds of weather. Fidelity to duty is its root and branch. Nothing we can say to the Lord, no calling Him by great or dear names, can take the place of the plain doing of His will. We may cry out about the beauty of eating bread with Him in His kingdom, but it is wasted breath and a rootless hope unless we plow and plant in His kingdom here and now. To remember Him at His table and to forget Him at ours, is to have invested in bad securities. There is no substitute for plain, every-day goodness”
– Maltbie Davenport (Mattie D) Babcock

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