David Joel Hamilton

These – and many other words – are used to describe God’s great communication skills. He answers, asks, assures, calls, commands, declares, directs, explains, instructs, mentions, orders, promises, replies, responds, reveals, says, speaks, swears, tells, warns, etc. All told, God’s great ability to communicate is mentioned nearly 3000 times in the Bible! No one communicates more abundantly than God. But are we listening? Are our radios tuned in? Do we need to posture ourselves, like Samuel, to hear with a servant’s heart?

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Joni Eareckson Tada

The times we find ourselves having to wait on others may be the perfect opportunities to train ourselves to wait on the Lord. Joni Eareckson Tada   The times we find ourselves having to wait on others may be the perfect opportunities to train ourselves to wait on the Lord.
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Robert Farrar Capon

He comes to us in the brokenness of our health, in the shipwreck of our family lives, in the loss of all possible peace of mind, even in the very thick of our sins. He saves us in our disasters, not from them. He emphatically does not promise to meet only the odd winner of the self-improvement lottery.
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Brian Simmons

When your little daughter runs out after you with her arms outstretched, does it bother you how many times she falls on her way to your arms? That's how God sees you. Your stumbles don't offend Him. Your failures cannot defeat His love for you. We condemn ourselves with facts, but facts will not hinder love, especially when it's stepped out of eternity and took everything into consideration when it locked on to you.

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David Jeremiah

The Corinthians had put the messenger who had brought this gospel message to them under scrutiny. They had analyzed his approach, his speaking style, and even his personal characteristics and had concluded there was nothing at all remarkable about him. If his message was truly sent by God, shouldn’t there have been something more special about him? Paul’s response is that the believers were missing the point. It is exactly because the message is so important that the messenger is so weak. Just like a treasure in an earthen vessel, it is not the fragile, breakable, disposable vessel that matters most but the treasure it carries inside. If that were not the case, the vessel might think it was the treasure! The life of the disciple must be modeled on the gospel itself.

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Bill Johnson

Don’t speak just to give people a piece of your mind. Speak because you want to contribute to their well being. And if you do that, you will know the difference between speaking the truth in and of itself and speaking the truth in love. Because love always considers the outcome.

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Francis Frangipane

The root of the word persevere is the word severe. We must face the fact that en-route to victory our trials may get severe. Likewise, it is with severe faith—severe or extreme steadfastness—that we inherit the promises of God (see Hebrews 10:36). James tells us: "Consider it all joy, my brethren, when you encounter various trials, knowing that the testing of your faith produces endurance. And let endurance have its perfect result, so that you may be perfect and complete, lacking in nothing" (James 1:24)

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Kris Vallotton

The 21st-century Church has become increasingly obsessed with being popular to the point of changing the gospel to a palatable, powerless, passionless philosophy that requires NO lifestyle change of the Believer. Kris Vallotton Daily Christian Quote Website ---------

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Jack Hayford

You don't need candlelight and fireside glow to make Christmas happen. Trees, ornaments, gifts, and all of it are splendid embellishments. Not necessary, but so very nice. It's Him...It's priceless to discover the pleasure of His company...May your home know something of all this glory during these days.

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Dave Harvey

Your leadership is never about you. Leadership is always about the next generation. How can I leave them better off to bring revival to our next generation?

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