Wisdom of the Ages – Maximilian Kolbe

Wisdom of the Ages

“The most deadly poison of our times is indifference”
Maximilian Kolbe

Indifference is the malaise of spiritual apathy. It is the distinguishing mark of a life which is out of touch with God. The only cure is repentance and prayer (in that order).

Brian Troxel

Wisdom of the Ages – Charles Finney

Wisdom of the Ages

Charles Finney

“A revival always includes conviction of sin on the part of the Church. Backslidden professors cannot wake up and begin right away in the service of God, without deep searchings of heart. The fountains of sin need to be broken up. In a true revival, Christians are always brought under such conviction; they see their sins in such a light that often they find it impossible to maintain a hope of their acceptance with God. It does not always go to that extent, but there are always, in a genuine revival, deep convictions of sin, and often cases of abandoning all hope.”
– Charles Finney