Wisdom of the Ages – Richard Baxter

The longer you delay, the more your sin gets strength and rooting. If you cannot bend a twig, how will you be able to bend it when it is a tree?

Wisdom of the Ages

“The longer you delay, the more your sin gets strength and rooting. If you cannot bend a twig, how will you be able to bend it when it is a tree?”
– Richard Baxter

Wisdom of the Ages – Francis Asbury

Wisdom of the Ages

“My desire is to live more to God to-day than yesterday, and to be more holy this hour than the last”
– Francis Asbury

Wisdom of the Ages – F.W. Robertson

Wisdom of the Ages

FW Robertson

“It is wondrous how, the truer we become, the more unerringly we know the ring of truth, can discern whether a man be true or not, and can fasten at once upon the rising lie in word and look and dissembling act – wondrous how the charity of Christ in the heart perceives every aberration from charity in others, in ungentle thought or slanderous tone.”
– FW Robertson

Wisdom of the Ages – Smith Wigglesworth

Wisdom of the Ages

Smith Wigglesworth

“You must every day make higher ground. You must deny yourself to make progress with God. You must refuse every- thing that is not pure and holy. God wants you pure in heart. He wants you to have an intense desire after holiness… Two things will get you to leap out of yourselves into the promises of God today. One is purity, and the other is FAITH, which is kindled more and more BY PURITY.”
– Smith Wigglesworth