"It was strictly forbidden to preach to other prisoners, as it is in captive nations today. It was understood that whoever was caught doing this received a severe beating. A number of us decided to pay the price for the privilege of preaching, so we excepted their terms. It was a deal: we preached and they beat us. We were happy preaching; they were happy beating us - so everyone was happy." - Richard Wurmbrand
"Most Christians donīt hear Godīs voice because weīve already decided we arenīt going to do what He says." - A.W. Tozer
"I can tell how much God you have by how much entertainment you need." - A.W. Tozer
"The weakness of so many modern Christians is that they feel too much at home in the world. In their effort to achieve restful adjustment to unregenerate society they have lost their pilgrim character and become an essential part of the very moral order against which they are sent to protest. The world recognizes them and accepts them for what they are. And this is the saddest thing that can be said about them. They are not lonely, but neither are they saints." - A.W. Tozer
"Religion today is not transforming people; rather it is being transformed by the people. It is not raising the moral level of society; it is descending to societyīs own level, and congratulating itself that it has scored a victory because society is smilingly accepting its surrender." - A.W. Tozer
Rikkert Zuiderveld: "The greatest difference between Christians and the world around them is the building where they spend their time sleeping on Sunday."
"The worst torment is that of opportunities lost." - David Wilkerson
"The one thing we learn from history is that we donīt learn from history." - Leonard Ravenhill
"Until Christ works out in you an inner crucifixion which will cut you off from self-infatuation and unite you to God in a deep union of love, a thousand Heavens could not give you peace." - F. J. Huegel
"A foolish physician he is, and a most unfaithful friend, that will let a sick man die for fear of troubling him; and cruel wretches are we to our friends, that will rather suffer them to go quietly to hell, then we will anger them, or hazard our reputation with them." - Baxter, Richard
"Are the things youīre living for worth Christ dying for?" - epitaph of Leonard Ravenhill
"Consider this, Christian: that all your trials and troubles, calamities and miseries, crosses and losses which you meet in this world are all the hell you shall ever have!!" - Thomas Brooks.