"Our destiny and ultimate fate depend upon our daily decisions. . . .Tomorrow's joy or tomorrow's despair has its roots in decisions we make today. . . . Those who stand at the threshold of life always waiting for the right time to change are like the man who stands at the bank of a river waiting for the water to pass so he can cross on dry land." ~Joseph B. Wirthlin
"Nothing can separate you from His love, absolutely nothing, neither death nor life, nor angels, nor principalities, nor powers, nor things present, nor things to come, nor height, nor depth, nor any other creature... We do not need to beg Him to bless us, He simply cannot help it. Therefore God is enough! God is enough for time, God is enough for eternity. God is enough!"~Hannah Whitall Smith
"The way back into the Tree of Life is by way of flaming swords of the Lord held by cherubim." -David E. Johnson
“Let us constantly bear in mind the rules and principles of Christian warfare; namely, that we conquer by yielding, we receive by giving, we overcome by being defeated, and we live by dying. There is no other way except the way of the Cross.” - George Warnock
"Restitution is God putting things back together into union with Himself until all separation and division is healed, every deficiency replenished, all imbalance corrected, and all extremes harmonized. In this state of being, selfhood, self-will, duality, sin and death forever cease to exist. God becomes all in all."~Ray Prinzing.
"The Aleph and the Tav rules over the kingdoms of men, and gives it to whomsoever He will, and sets over it the basest of men. His miracles are staggering, His wonders are surprising, His kingdom lasts, His sovereign rule goes on forever."
“The reason why many are still troubled, still seeking, still making little forward progress is because they haven't yet come to the end of themselves. We're still trying to give orders, and interfering with God's work within us. ” -A.W. Tozer
“What comes into our minds when we think about God is the most important thing about us.” - A.W. Tozer
Blessed are the poor in spirit; for theirs is the kingdom of heaven. There could not have been a broader, more beautiful statement. Why? In Greek “the poor in spirit,” means “bankruptcy”. Blessed is a person who has been reduced to bankruptcy, without any potential of his own, for in his bankruptcy, all heaven is his! -John W. Follette