Nancy Leigh DeMoss

“Brokenness is the stripping of self-reliance and independence from God. The broken person has no confidence in his own righteousness or his own works, but he is cast in total dependence upon the grace of God working in and through him.” Nancy Leigh DeMoss Brokenness, The Heart God Revives, p. 54. 

Donald Whitney on Understanding Scripture

“I still maintain that much of Scripture is plain and straightforward in its meaning. Our problem continues to be more of a lack of action than comprehension. The words of Scripture must be understood to be applied, but until we apply them, we don’t really understand them.” Donald WhitneySpiritual Disciplines for the Christian Life, p. […]

Jim Putman On Life Together In Church

“I know that I will face the giants in the land with a group of believers who will fight. I will face them with a group of friends who are as loyal as you can get. I will face them with a wife who will love me no matter what. I will have the greatest […]

John MacArthur on the Miracle of Regeneration

Unbelievers do not need more evidence, whether logical or empirical [that God exists]; rather, they need new eyes to properly evaluate the sufficient evidence they already have. They need to experience the miracle of regeneration, in which God quickens the unbelieving heart by shining into it the light of the knowledge of His glory. John […]

Al Mohler on Patience and Glory

“Patience is a vibrant and virile Christian virtue, which is deeply rooted in the Christian’s absolute confidence in the sovereignty of God and in God’s promise to bring all things to completion in a way that most fully demonstrates His glory.” Albert MohlerTabletalk, p. 17, v. 28, no. 9.

Samuel Zwemer On The Ministry of Reconciliation

‘The man who goes out to change society is an optimist, but the man who goes out to change society without changing the individual is a lunatic!” Samuel Marinus Zwemer

J.C. Ryle on True Satisfaction

“There is nothing which shows our ignorance so much as our impatience under trouble. We forget that every cross is a message from God, and intended to do us good in the end. Trials are intended to make us think – to wean us from the world, to send us to the Bible, to drive […]