T. T. Munger

The soil moist with tears best feeds the seeds of truth!

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John Bunyan

Sincerity is the same in a corner alone, as it is before the face of the world. It knows not how to wear two vizards, one for an appearance before men, and another for a short snatch in a corner; but it must have God, and be with him in the duty of prayer. It is not lip-labour that it doth regard, for it is the heart that God looks at, and that which sincerity looks at, and that which prayer comes from, if it be that prayer which is accompanied with sincerity

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Katherine Walden

Mondays are my writing days. Lately, Mondays are also the days where I seem to get the most calls, emails, and texts that need immediate attention. Isn’t that always the way? I have a choice to make. I can take those calls and emails, deal with them swiftly and return to my writing or I can ignore those calls and be distracted by a nagging sense of guilt that I am not obeying the Lord’s promptings. I’d rather live guilt free with a few distractions along the way, even if it’s not at my convenience. What about you?

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David Wilkerson

There is no effort comparable to prayer to God. In fact, whenever you want to pray, hostile demon angels to accomplish His purposes. He uses burdened broken-hearted weeping men and women.
http://www.worldchallenge.org/

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Neil T. Anderson

The essence of temptation is the invitation to live independently of God.
http://www.ficm.org/

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Mrs. Charles E. Cowman

There is a spiritual law of choosing, believing, abiding, and holding steady in our walk with God, which is essential to the working of the Holy Spirit either in our sanctification or healing.
http://www.crosswalk.com/devotionals/desert/

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Sam Storms

Worship is a feast in which God is the host, the cook, the waiter, and the meal itself.
http://www.enjoyinggodministries.com/

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Bruce Wilkinson

Dependence upon God makes heroes of ordinary people like you and me!
http://www.thebreakthroughseries.com/

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John Owen

When someone acts weak, negligent, or casual in a duty - performing it carelessly or lifelessly, without any genuine satisfaction, joy, or interest, he has already entered into the spirit that will lead him into trouble. How many we see today who have departed from warmhearted service and have become negligent, careless, and indifferent in their prayer life or in the reading of the Scriptures. For each one who escapes this peril, a hundred others will be ensnared. Then it may be too late to acknowledge, "I neglected private prayer," or " I did not meditate on God's Word," or "I did not hear what I should have listened to."

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Eugene H. Peterson

If we get our information from the biblical material there is no doubt that the Christian life is a dancing, leaping, daring life.
http://www.nelsonministryservices.com/nms/bio.asp?cID=2435

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