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Jonathan Edwards Quote: “Find preachers of David Brainerd’s spirit, and nothing can stand before them. Let us be followers of him, as he was of Christ, in absolute self-devotion, in total deadness to the world, and in fervent love to God and man.”
Jonathan Edwards Quote: “The Spirit of God is given to the true saints to dwell in them as his proper lasting abode to dwell in them and to influence their hearts as a principle of new nature or as a divine supernatural spring of life and action.”
Jonathan Edwards Quote: “When God is about to bestow some great blessing on His church, it is often His manner, in the first place, so to order things in His providence as to show His church their great need of it, and to bring them into distress for want of it, and so put them upon crying earnestly to Him for it.”
Jonathan Edwards Quote: “Assurance is not to be obtained so much by self-examination as by action.”
Jonathan Edwards Quote: “Religion, in its purity, is not so much a pursuit as a temper; or rather it is a temper, leading to the pursuit of all that is high and holy. Its foundation is faith; its action, works; its temper, holiness; its aim, obedience to God in improvement of self, and benevolence to men.”
Jonathan Edwards Quote: “We cannot believe that the church of God is already possessed of all that light which God intends to give it; nor that all Satan’s lurking places have already been found out.”
Jonathan Edwards Quote: “True virtue never looks so lovely as when it is most oppressed, and the divine excellence of real Christianity is never demonstrated as clearly as when it faces trials.”
Jonathan Edwards Quote: “Christians need constant reminders of how amazingly glorious our great God really is and what his glory means for our lives. Reading.”
Jonathan Edwards Quote: “Resolved to live with all my might while I do live, and as I shall wish I had done ten thousand years hence.”
Jonathan Edwards Quote: “On his world record triple jump – It’s only jumping into a sandpit.”
Jonathan Edwards Quote: “Unconverted men walk over the pit of hell on a rotten covering.”
Jonathan Edwards Quote: “By the grace of God we will never pluck unripe fruit. We will never press people to decision, because we’ll lead them to damnation and not salvation.”
Jonathan Edwards Quote: “There are two sorts of hypocrites: ones that are deceived with their outward morality and external religion; and the others are those that are deceived with false discoveries and elevation; which often cry down works, and men’s own righteousness, and.”
Jonathan Edwards Quote: “Sunshine go away today, I don’t feel much like dancing.”
Jonathan Edwards Quote: “If get a jump right, there’s a feeling of flying.”
Jonathan Edwards Quote: “He, whose heart is fixed, trusting in Christ, need not be afraid.”
Jonathan Edwards Quote: “Some make gods of their pleasures; some choose Mammon for their god; some make gods of their own supposed excellencies, or the outward advantages they have above their neighbors: some choose one thing for their god, and others another. But men can be happy in no other God but the God of Israel: he is the only fountain of happiness.”
Jonathan Edwards Quote: “Consider that as a principle of love is the main principle in the heart of a real Christian, so the labor of love, is the main business of the Christian life.”
Jonathan Edwards Quote: “All truth is given by revelation, either general or special, and it must be received by reason. Reason is the God-given means for discovering the truth that God discloses, whether in his world or his Word. While God wants to reach the heart with truth, he does not bypass the mind.”
Jonathan Edwards Quote: “But yet it is evident that religion consists so much in affection, as that without holy affection there is no true religion; and no light in the understanding is good which does not produce holy affection in the heart: no habit or principle in the heart is good which has no such exercise; and no external fruit is good which does not proceed from such exercises.”
Jonathan Edwards Quote: “Sincere friendship towards God, in all who believe him to be properly an intelligent, willing being, does most apparently, directly, and strongly incline to prayer; and it no less disposes the heart strongly to desire to have our infinitely glorious.”
Jonathan Edwards Quote: “I make it my rule, to lay hold of light and embrace it, wherever I see it, though held forth by a child or an enemy.”
Jonathan Edwards Quote: “I claim no right to myself, no right to this understanding, this will, these affections that are in me. Neither do I have any right to this body or its members, no right to this tongue, to these hands, feet, ears or eyes. I have given myself clear away and not retained anything of my own.”
Jonathan Edwards Quote: “What are we, that we should think to stand before him, at whose rebuke the earth trembles, and before whom the rocks are thrown down?”
Jonathan Edwards Quote: “Why should not He had made all things, still having something immediately to do with the things that He has made? Where lies the great difficulty, if we own the being of a God, that He created all things out of nothing, I’ll be allowing something immediate influence of God on creation still?”
Jonathan Edwards Quote: “The Creator is infinite. This means he has all possible existence, perfection, and excellence. This means he must also have all possible honor and respect. In every way God is first and supreme. His excellent qualities are the supreme beauty and glory, the original good, and the fountain of all good. This, of course, means that he must in every way have the highest regard and honor.”
Jonathan Edwards Quote: “Resolved, to examine carefully, and constantly, what that one thing in me is, which causes me in the least to doubt the love of God; and to direct all my forces against it.”
Jonathan Edwards Quote: “People may love a God of their own imaginations, when they are far from loving such a God as reigns in heaven.”
Jonathan Edwards Quote: “This glorious Person came down from heaven to be ‘the Light of the world,’ that by him the beauty of the Deity might shine forth, in the brightest and fullest manner, to the children of men.”
Jonathan Edwards Quote: “We are dependent on the power of God to convert us and give faith in Jesus Christ and the new nature.”
Jonathan Edwards Quote: “Do not make an excuse that you have not opportunities to do anything for the glory of God, for the interest of the Redeemer’s kingdom, and for the spiritual benefit of your neighbors. If your heart is full of love, it will find vent; you will find or make ways enough to express your love in deeds. When a fountain abounds in water it will send forth streams.”
Jonathan Edwards Quote: “God will be what will forever entertain the minds of the saints, and the love of God will be their everlasting feast. The redeemed will indeed enjoy other things; they will enjoy the angels, and will enjoy one another; but that which they shall enjoy in the angels, or each other, or in any thing else whatsoever that will yield them delight and happiness, will be what will be seen of God in them.”
Jonathan Edwards Quote: “We can’t be saved without being good, but ’tis not because our goodness is sufficient, or can do anything of itself. But ’tis because all whose hearts come to Christ will be good, and if men ben’t good, their hearts never will come to Christ.”
Jonathan Edwards Quote: “I have received my all from God; oh that I could return my all to God! Surely God is worthy of my highest affection, and most devout adoration; he is infinitely worthy, that I should make him my last end, and live for ever to him.”
Jonathan Edwards Quote: “Religion consists much in holy affection; but those exercises of affection which are most distinguishing of true religion are these practical exercises. Friendship between earthly friends consists much in affection; but those strong exercises of affection that actually carry them through fire and water for each other are the highest evidences of true friendship.”
Jonathan Edwards Quote: “One part of that divine fullness which is communicated is the divine knowledge. That communicated knowledge, which must be supposed to pertain to God’s last end in creating the world, is the creature’s knowledge of HIM. For this is the end of all other knowledge, and even the faculty of understanding would be vain without it.”
Jonathan Edwards Quote: “To live with all my might, while I do live.”
Jonathan Edwards Quote: “Nothing grieves me so much as that I cannot live constantly to God’s glory.”
Jonathan Edwards Quote: “The harder the heart is, the more dead is it in sin, and the more unable to exert good affections and acts.”
Jonathan Edwards Quote: “The good Lord grant, that false religion may cease, and true religion prevail through the earth!”
Jonathan Edwards Quote: “Since holiness is the main thing that excites, draws, and governs all gracious affections, it is no wonder that all such affections tend to holiness. That which men love, they desire to have and to be united to, and possessed of. That beauty which men delight in, they desire to be adorned with. Those acts which men delight in, they necessarily incline to do.”
Jonathan Edwards Quote: “Evangelical faith has the gospel of Christ for its foundation;.”
Jonathan Edwards Quote: “None that will come to Christ, let his condition be what it will, need to fear but that Christ will provide a place suitable for him in heaven.”
Jonathan Edwards Quote: “The best, most beautiful, and most perfect way that we have of expressing a sweet concord of mind to each other is by music.”
Jonathan Edwards Quote: “I go out to preach with two propositions in mind. First, every person ought to give his life to Christ. Second, whether or not anyone else gives him his life, I will give him mine.”
Jonathan Edwards Quote: “A man who knows that he lives in sin against God will not be inclined to come daily into the presence of God.”
Jonathan Edwards Quote: “There is no such thing as excess in our taking of this spiritual food. There is no such virtue as temperance in spiritual feasting.”
Jonathan Edwards Quote: “That there should absolutely be nothing at all is utterly impossible. The mind, let it stretch its conceptions ever so far, can never so much as bring itself to conceive of a state of perfect nothing.”
Jonathan Edwards Quote: “True gratitude or thankfulness to God for his kindness to us, arises from a foundation laid before, of love to God for what he is in himself; whereas a natural gratitude has no such antecedent foundation. The gracious stirrings of grateful affection to God, for kindness received, always are from a stock of love already in the heart, established in the first place on other grounds, viz. God’s own excellency.”
Jonathan Edwards Quote: “True boldness for Christ transcends all, it is indifference to the displeasure of either friends or foes. Boldness enables Christians to forsake all rather than Christ, and to prefer to offend all rather than to offend Him.”
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