• “God, in His providence, has given us a Book of His revealed will to be with us at the commencement of our career in this life and at its termination; and to accompany us during all chances and changes of this trying and fitful progress, to control the passions, to enlighten the judgment, to guide the conscience, to teach us what we ought to do here, and what we shall be hereafter.” ~Senator Lewis Cass, Washington, D.C. in 1846
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  • “If God is all-knowing, you’re never forgotten. If God is all-powerful, you’re never helpless. If God is ever present, you’re never alone!” ~John Onwuchekwa

  • “Do all the good you can, by all the means you can, in all the ways you can, in all the places you can, at all the times you can, to all the people you can, as long as ever you can.” ~John Wesley

  • Frankly, many in the body of Christ and even pastors are full of themselves. Humility is required to receive the grace that produces the oil of the Holy Spirit in your life (James 4:6). And the measure of the Holy Spirit you will receive is in proportion to your hearing and obeying the Lord’s counsel. Having just enough oil is not enough for the midnight hour and the coming storm. The foolish virgins found that out the hard way. They were unprepared for the coming of the Bridegroom. In addition to oil in our lamps, we need a vessel as the wise virgins possessed for the supply of extra oil (Matthew 25:3-4) ~Bert Farias

  • “Part of the Christian life is reckoning with the disconnect, big or small, between what we say we believe, what we strive for, and what we do, ‘I would not focus alone on what any Christian minister says, especially if they say all the right things, What we do while standing on that Christian confession should also be examined.’” ~Nicola Menzie (founder of Faithfully Magazine)

  • Give me Your eyes for just one second
    Give me Your eyes so I can see
    Everything that I keep missing
    Give me Your love for humanity
    Give me Your arms for the broken-hearted
    The ones that are far beyond my reach
    Give me Your heart for the ones forgotten
    Give me Your eyes so I can see ~Brandon Heath