Wisdom of the Ages – A.B. Simpson

Like coals without fire, we are useless. As an offering without the sacrificial flame, we are unaccepted

Wisdom of the Ages

“Christ is not a reservoir but a spring. His life is continual, active and ever passing on with an outflow as necessary as its inflow. If we do not perpetually draw the fresh supply from the living Fountain, we shall either grow stagnant or empty, It is, therefore, not so much a perpetual fullness as a perpetual filling”
– A.B. Simpson

Wisdom of the Ages – Charles Spurgeon

Wisdom of the Ages

Charles Spurgeon

“Doubt discovers difficulties which it never solves; it creates hesitancy, despondency, despair. Its progress is the decay of comfort, the death of peace. “Believe!” is the word which speaks life into a man, but doubt nails down his coffin”
– Charles Spurgeon

Wisdom of the Ages – Jonathan Edwards

Boldness enables Christians to forsake all rather than Christ, and to prefer to offend all rather than to offend Him…

Wisdom of the Ages

“True boldness for Christ transcends all, it is indifference to the displeasure of either friends or foes. Boldness enables Christians to forsake all rather than Christ, and to prefer to offend all rather than to offend Him”
– Jonathan Edwards

Wisdom of the Ages – Smith Wigglesworth

“There is nothing impossible with God. All the impossibility is with us when we measure God by the limitations of our unbelief”

Wisdom of the Ages

“There is nothing impossible with God. All the impossibility is with us when we measure God by the limitations of our unbelief.”
– Smith Wigglesworth

Wisdom of the Ages – Paul Washer

Employ the time of your youth in developing the character and skills necessary to be a useful servant of God

Wisdom of the Ages

“Avoid trivial pursuits. You are a child of God, destined for glory, and called to do great things in His Name. Do not waste your life on hobbies, sports, and other recreational pursuits. […] Employ the time of your youth in developing the character and skills necessary to be a useful servant of God.”
Paul David Washer