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"Buying books would be a good thing if one could also buy the time to read them in: but as a rule the purchase of books is mistaken for the appropriation of their contents." -- Arthur Schopenhauer
"If God spare my life many years, I will cause a boy that driveth the plough to know more of Scripture than you do." -- William Tyndale (to a Catholic priest)
"Make no provision for failure." -- Jack Hyles
"Christ is either Lord of all, or He is not Lord at all." -- Hudson Taylor
Someone asked General Douglas MacArthur, "How can a person tell when he's old?"
He replied: "A man is old when he looks backward and not forward."
"The devil doesn't know how to sing, only how to howl." -- Francis Thompson
"Satan is not fighting churches; he is joining them. He does more harm by sowing tares than by pulling up wheat. He accomplishes more by imitation than by outright opposition." -- Vance Havner
"A forgiven past does wonders for your future." -- copied
"The battle for Christian unity is fought in the mind first, and then in the congregation." -- Bart Barber
"Whatever the entailments of our present cultural moment, constituent human nature has not changed." -- quote or paraphrase of R.C. Sproul
"True saving faith is always personal, but never private." -- copied
"The United States is not God’s new chosen nation." -- Mike Bergman
"I hope our young men [preacher] will not get above any honest employment if the needs of their homes demand it." -- C. H. Orser