Wisdom of the Ages – Adam Clarke

Wisdom of the Ages

“If you go forward in the spirit of the original apostles and followers of Jesus Christ, trusting not in man but in the living God, he will enable you to pull down the strong holds of sin and Satan, and that work by which he is pleased will prosper in your hands”
– Adam Clarke

Wisdom of the Ages – Matthew Henry

Wisdom of the Ages

“Cast not away your confidence because God defers his performances. That which does not come in your time, will be hastened in his time, which is always the more convenient season. God will work when he pleases, how he pleases, and by what means he pleases. He is not bound to keep our time, but he will perform his work, honour our faith, and reward them that diligently seek him”
– Matthew Henry

Wisdom of the Ages – Hudson Taylor

“God is not looking for men of great faith, He is looking for common men to trust His great faithfulness” – Hudson Taylor

Wisdom of the Ages

“God is not looking for men of great faith, He is looking for common men to trust His great faithfulness”
– Hudson Taylor

Wisdom of the Ages – Hudson Taylor

Carrying the cross does mean following in Jesus’ footsteps. And in His footsteps are rejection, brokenheartedness, persecution and death…

Wisdom of the Ages

“Carrying the cross does mean following in Jesus’ footsteps. And in His footsteps are rejection, brokenheartedness, persecution and death. There are not two Christs – an easy going one for easy going Christians, and a suffering one for exceptional believers. There is only one Christ. Are we willing to follow His lead?”
– Hudson Taylor

Wisdom of the Ages – Charles Spurgeon

Our heart leaps for joy as we bow before One who has never broken His word or changed His purpose.

Wisdom of the Ages

“A changeable God would be a terror to the righteous, they would have no sure anchorage, and amid a changing world they would be driven to and fro in perpetual fear of shipwreck. …Our heart leaps for joy as we bow before One who has never broken His word or changed His purpose.”
– Charles Spurgeon