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From: "REVIVAL List" <prophetic@...>
Date: Wed, 21 Sep 2011 23:25:45 +1200

"If the doctrine of Christian union is true, then division and
sectarianism are a great and prodigious evil, and therefore ought to
be abolished. Who then will lay the axe to the root of this corrupt
tree to help cut it down?"
-D.S. Warner

“Only fix even the smallest amount you purpose to give of your income,
and give this regularly; and as God is pleased to increase your light
and grace, and is pleased to prosper you more, so give more. If you
neglect in habitual giving, a regular giving, a giving principle based
upon Scriptural grounds, and leave it only to feeling and impulse, or
particular arousing circumstances, you will certainly be a loser.”
–George Mueller

"If I profess with the loudest voice and clearest exposition every
portion of the truth of God except precisely that point which the
world and the devil are at that moment attacking, I am not confessing
Christ, however boldly I may be professing Christ. Where the battle
rages, there the loyalty of the soldier is proved, and to be steady on
all the battlefield besides, is mere flight and disgrace if he
flinches at that point."
- Martin Luther

"One man with God is always in the majority."
- John Knox

"If rich men only knew when they died, how . . .
their relatives would scramble for their money,
the worms for their bodies, and
the devil for their souls,
they would not be so anxious to save money!"
- William Tiptaft

"I will not judge a person to be spiritually dead whom I have judged
formerly to have had spiritual life, though I see him at present in a
swoon (faint) as to all evidences of the spiritual life. And the reason
why I will not judge him so is this -- because if you judge a person
dead, you neglect him, you leave him; but if you judge him in a
swoon (faint) though never so dangerous, you use all means for the
retrieving of his life."
- John Owen