Wisdom of the Ages – Richard Sibbes

Wisdom of the Ages

“Weakness with watchfulness will stand, when strength with too much confidence fails. Weakness, with acknowledgement of it, is the fittest seat and subject for God to perfect his strength in; for consciousness of our infirmities drives us out of ourselves to him in whom our strength lies.”
― Richard Sibbes

Wisdom of the Ages – FW Robertson

Wisdom of the Ages

“If you think that you can sin, and then by cries avert the consequences of sin, you insult God’s character.”
– Frederick William Robertson

Wisdom of the Ages – Benard of Clairvaux

Wisdom of the Ages

Bernard of Clairvaux

“There are those who seek knowledge for the sake of knowledge; that is curiosity. There are those who seek knowledge to be known by others; that is vanity. There are those who seek knowledge in order to serve; that is Love”
Benard of Clairvaux

Wisdom of the Ages – Oswald Chambers

Wisdom of the Ages

Oswald Chambers

“Am I becoming more and more in love with God as a holy God, or with the conception of an amiable Being who says, “Oh well, sin doesn’t matter much”?”
– Oswald Chambers

Wisdom of the Ages – Stephen Charnock

Wisdom of the Ages

Stephen Charnock

“A man may be theologically knowing and spiritually ignorant.”
― Stephen Charnock

“Better they who DO than they that know.”
– Brian Troxel