Servant Of God Quotes by Joseph Campbell, Reinhard Bonnke, Joel Osteen, Charles Spurgeon, Kenneth Copeland, Lysa TerKeurst and many others.
вЂЋ”Make your god transparent to the transcendent, and it doesn’t matter what his name is.”
The less Holy Spirit we have, the more cake and coffee we need to keep the church going.
At this very moment, GodвЂ™s working behind the scenes in your life, arranging things in your favor. Stay in faith!
Serve God with integrity, and if you achieve no success, at least no sin will lie upon your conscience.
Never base your faith on your feelings. Base it on God’s Word.
Nobody can do as much damage to the church of God as the man who is within its walls, but not within its life.
I believe that many professing Christians are cold and uncomfortable because they are doing nothing for their Lord; but if they actively served him, their blood would begin to circulate spiritually, and it would be well with them.
If you desire to please God with the decision you make and afterward it proves to be a mistake, itвЂ™s an error not an end.
As Elisabeth Elliot points out, not even dying a martyrвЂ™s death is classified as extraordinary obedience when you are following a Savior who died on a cross. Suddenly a martyrвЂ™s death seems like normal obedience.
Use me, God. Show me how to take who I am, who I want to be, and what I can do, and use it for a purpose greater than myself.
The Bible in the memory is better than the Bible in the book case.
We are all servants. The only question is whom we will serve.
When I see Jesus Christ I simply want to be what He wants me to be.
He who plants a tree is a servant of God.
Being made merely in the image of God but not otherwise resembling him enough to be mistaken by anybody but a very near sighted person.
Jesus taught that your highest priority must be your relationship with Him. If anything detracts you from that relationship, that activity is not from God. God will not ask you to do something that hinders your relationship with Christ.
We are called not to adjust ourselves to each other, but to adjust ourselves to God.