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J. C. Ryle Quote: “The heart that has really tasted the grace of Christ, will instinctively hate sin.”

The heart that has really tasted the grace of Christ, will instinctively hate sin.

— J. C. Ryle



J. C. Ryle Quote: “Prayer is the mightiest weapon that God has placed in our hands.”

Prayer is the mightiest weapon that God has placed in our hands.

— J. C. Ryle


J. C. Ryle Quote: “Trials are intended to make us think, to wean us from the world, to send us to the Bible, to drive us to our knees.”

Trials are intended to make us think, to wean us from the world, to send us to the Bible, to drive us to our knees.

— J. C. Ryle


J. C. Ryle Quote: “To say that we are sorry for our sins is mere hypocrisy, unless we show that we are really sorry for them, by giving them up. Doing is the very life of repentance.”

To say that we are sorry for our sins is mere hypocrisy, unless we show that we are really sorry for them, by giving them up. Doing is the very life of repentance.

— J. C. Ryle


J. C. Ryle Quote: “HATE SIN! Instead of loving it, cleaving to it, excusing it, playing with it, we ought to hate it with a deadly hatred.”

HATE SIN! Instead of loving it, cleaving to it, excusing it, playing with it, we ought to hate it with a deadly hatred.

— J. C. Ryle


J. C. Ryle Quote: “The highest form of selfishness is that of the man who is content to go to heaven alone.”

The highest form of selfishness is that of the man who is content to go to heaven alone.

— J. C. Ryle


J. C. Ryle Quote: “There is a common, worldly kind of Christianity in this day, which many have, and think they have enough-a cheap Christianity which offends nobody, and requires no sacrifice-which costs nothing, and is worth nothing.”

There is a common, worldly kind of Christianity in this day, which many have, and think they have enough-a cheap Christianity which offends nobody, and requires no sacrifice-which costs nothing, and is worth nothing.

— J. C. Ryle


J. C. Ryle Quote: “Let us seek friends that will stir up our prayers, our Bible reading, our use of time, and our salvation.”

Let us seek friends that will stir up our prayers, our Bible reading, our use of time, and our salvation.

— J. C. Ryle


J. C. Ryle Quote: “No one ever reached heaven without repentance toward God, and faith toward our Lord Jesus Christ.”

No one ever reached heaven without repentance toward God, and faith toward our Lord Jesus Christ.

— J. C. Ryle


J. C. Ryle Quote: “The best of men are men at best.”

The best of men are men at best.

— J. C. Ryle


J. C. Ryle Quote: “A converted man will not wish to go to heaven alone.”

A converted man will not wish to go to heaven alone.

— J. C. Ryle


J. C. Ryle Quote: “Election is always to sanctification. Where there is no visible fruit of sanctification, we may be sure there is no election.”

Election is always to sanctification. Where there is no visible fruit of sanctification, we may be sure there is no election.

— J. C. Ryle


J. C. Ryle Quote: “A religion that costs nothing is worth nothing. A cheap Christianity, without a cross, will prove in the end a useless Christianity, without a crown.”

A religion that costs nothing is worth nothing. A cheap Christianity, without a cross, will prove in the end a useless Christianity, without a crown.

— J. C. Ryle


J. C. Ryle Quote: “Health is a good thing; but sickness is far better, if it leads us to God.”

Health is a good thing; but sickness is far better, if it leads us to God.

— J. C. Ryle


J. C. Ryle Quote: “No salvation without regeneration – no spiritual life without a new birth – no heaven without a new heart.”

No salvation without regeneration – no spiritual life without a new birth – no heaven without a new heart.

— J. C. Ryle


J. C. Ryle Quote: “We must wrestle earnestly in prayer, like men contending with a deadly enemy for life.”

We must wrestle earnestly in prayer, like men contending with a deadly enemy for life.

— J. C. Ryle


J. C. Ryle Quote: “Tomorrow is the devil’s day, but today is God’s. Satan does not care how spiritual your intentions are, or how holy your resolutions, if only they are determined to be done tomorrow.”

Tomorrow is the devil’s day, but today is God’s. Satan does not care how spiritual your intentions are, or how holy your resolutions, if only they are determined to be done tomorrow.

— J. C. Ryle


J. C. Ryle Quote: “Never let us be guilty of sacrificing any portion of truth on the altar of peace.”

Never let us be guilty of sacrificing any portion of truth on the altar of peace.

— J. C. Ryle


J. C. Ryle Quote: “Look not to yourselves! You are by nature wretched, miserable, poor, blind and naked. Look simply unto Jesus.”

Look not to yourselves! You are by nature wretched, miserable, poor, blind and naked. Look simply unto Jesus.

— J. C. Ryle


J. C. Ryle Quote: “Pride is the oldest and most common of sins. Humility is the rarest and most beautiful of graces.”

Pride is the oldest and most common of sins. Humility is the rarest and most beautiful of graces.

— J. C. Ryle


J. C. Ryle Quote: “God is far more willing to save sinners than sinners are to be saved.”

God is far more willing to save sinners than sinners are to be saved.

— J. C. Ryle


J. C. Ryle Quote: “Obedience is the only reality. It is faith visible, faith acting, and faith manifest. It is the test of real discipleship among the Lord’s people.”

Obedience is the only reality. It is faith visible, faith acting, and faith manifest. It is the test of real discipleship among the Lord’s people.

— J. C. Ryle


J. C. Ryle Quote: “Oh, dear friend, if you love your children, I charge you, do not let the early impression of a habit of prayer slip by. If you train your children to do anything, train them, at least, to have a habit of prayer.”

Oh, dear friend, if you love your children, I charge you, do not let the early impression of a habit of prayer slip by. If you train your children to do anything, train them, at least, to have a habit of prayer.

— J. C. Ryle


J. C. Ryle Quote: “Do not glory in your own faith, your own feelings, your own knowledge, or your own diligence. Glory in nothing but Christ.”

Do not glory in your own faith, your own feelings, your own knowledge, or your own diligence. Glory in nothing but Christ.

— J. C. Ryle


J. C. Ryle Quote: “Holiness is the habit of being of one mind with God, according as we find His mind described in Scripture. It is the habit of agreeing in God’s judgment, hating what He hates, loving what He loves, and measuring everything in this world by the standard of His Word.”

Holiness is the habit of being of one mind with God, according as we find His mind described in Scripture. It is the habit of agreeing in God’s judgment, hating what He hates, loving what He loves, and measuring everything in this world by the standard of His Word.

— J. C. Ryle


J. C. Ryle Quote: “Better to confess Christ 1000 times now and be despised by men, than be disowned by Christ before God on the day of Judgment.”

Better to confess Christ 1000 times now and be despised by men, than be disowned by Christ before God on the day of Judgment.

— J. C. Ryle


J. C. Ryle Quote: “Let us beware of repentance without evidence.”

Let us beware of repentance without evidence.

— J. C. Ryle


J. C. Ryle Quote: “Of all the doctrines of the Bible none is so offensive to human nature as the doctrine of God’s sovereignty.”

Of all the doctrines of the Bible none is so offensive to human nature as the doctrine of God’s sovereignty.

— J. C. Ryle


J. C. Ryle Quote: “Except a man be born again, he will wish one day he had never been born at all.”

Except a man be born again, he will wish one day he had never been born at all.

— J. C. Ryle


J. C. Ryle Quote: “Prayer will consume sin, or sin will choke prayer.”

Prayer will consume sin, or sin will choke prayer.

— J. C. Ryle


J. C. Ryle Quote: “Blessed are they who feel like pilgrims and strangers in this life, and whose best things are all to come!”

Blessed are they who feel like pilgrims and strangers in this life, and whose best things are all to come!

— J. C. Ryle


J. C. Ryle Quote: “Christ is never fully valued, until sin is clearly seen. We must know the depth and malignity of our disease, in order to appreciate the great Physician.”

Christ is never fully valued, until sin is clearly seen. We must know the depth and malignity of our disease, in order to appreciate the great Physician.

— J. C. Ryle


J. C. Ryle Quote: “A trial is an instrument by which our Father in heaven makes Christians more holy.”

A trial is an instrument by which our Father in heaven makes Christians more holy.

— J. C. Ryle


J. C. Ryle Quote: “I believe it to be clear evidence of the Spirit’s presence when the Word of God is really precious to a person’s soul.”

I believe it to be clear evidence of the Spirit’s presence when the Word of God is really precious to a person’s soul.

— J. C. Ryle


J. C. Ryle Quote: “No time is so well spent in every day as that which we spend upon our knees.”

No time is so well spent in every day as that which we spend upon our knees.

— J. C. Ryle


J. C. Ryle Quote: “Unity without the gospel is a worthless unity; it is the very unity of hell.”

Unity without the gospel is a worthless unity; it is the very unity of hell.

— J. C. Ryle


J. C. Ryle Quote: “Hell itself is truth known too late.”

Hell itself is truth known too late.

— J. C. Ryle


J. C. Ryle Quote: “O Christian, look up and take comfort. Jesus has prepared a place for you, and those who follow Him shall never perish, neither shall anyone pluck them out of His hands.”

O Christian, look up and take comfort. Jesus has prepared a place for you, and those who follow Him shall never perish, neither shall anyone pluck them out of His hands.

— J. C. Ryle


J. C. Ryle Quote: “Fear not because your prayer is stammering, your words feeble, and your language poor. Jesus can understand you.”

Fear not because your prayer is stammering, your words feeble, and your language poor. Jesus can understand you.

— J. C. Ryle


J. C. Ryle Quote: “Look to the cross, think of the cross, meditate on the cross, and then go and set your affections on the world if you can.”

Look to the cross, think of the cross, meditate on the cross, and then go and set your affections on the world if you can.

— J. C. Ryle


J. C. Ryle Quote: “Good hymns are an immense blessing to the Church. They train people for heaven, where praise is one of the principal occupations.”

Good hymns are an immense blessing to the Church. They train people for heaven, where praise is one of the principal occupations.

— J. C. Ryle


J. C. Ryle Quote: “We have the truth and we need not be afraid to say so.”

We have the truth and we need not be afraid to say so.

— J. C. Ryle


J. C. Ryle Quote: “To be prayerless is to be without God, without Christ, without grace, without hope, and without heaven.”

To be prayerless is to be without God, without Christ, without grace, without hope, and without heaven.

— J. C. Ryle


J. C. Ryle Quote: “We are all naturally self-righteous. It is the family disease of all the children of Adam.”

We are all naturally self-righteous. It is the family disease of all the children of Adam.

— J. C. Ryle


J. C. Ryle Quote: “God does not look at riches, titles, education, or beauty. There is only one thing that God does look at, and that is the soul.”

God does not look at riches, titles, education, or beauty. There is only one thing that God does look at, and that is the soul.

— J. C. Ryle


J. C. Ryle Quote: “The children of God all have a cross to bear. A suffering Savior generally has suffering disciples.”

The children of God all have a cross to bear. A suffering Savior generally has suffering disciples.

— J. C. Ryle


J. C. Ryle Quote: “Sin forsaken is one of the best evidences of sin forgiven.”

Sin forsaken is one of the best evidences of sin forgiven.

— J. C. Ryle


J. C. Ryle Quote: “The blood of Christ can cleanse away all sin. But we must ‘plead guilty’ before God can declare us innocent.”

The blood of Christ can cleanse away all sin. But we must ‘plead guilty’ before God can declare us innocent.

— J. C. Ryle


J. C. Ryle Quote: “We must give up the vain idea of trying to please everybody. That is impossible, and the attempt is a mere waste of time. We must be content to walk in Christ’s steps, and let the world say what it likes.”

We must give up the vain idea of trying to please everybody. That is impossible, and the attempt is a mere waste of time. We must be content to walk in Christ’s steps, and let the world say what it likes.

— J. C. Ryle


J. C. Ryle Quote: “There is only one door, one bridge, one ladder, between earth and heaven – the crucified Son of God.”

There is only one door, one bridge, one ladder, between earth and heaven – the crucified Son of God.

— J. C. Ryle

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