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If I had my way, I would declare a maratorium on public preaching of "the plan of salvation" in america for one to two years.  Then I would  call on everyone who has use of the airwaves and the pulpits tp preach the Holiness of God, the righteousness of God and the Law of God until sinners would cry out, "What must I do to be saved?"  Then I would take them off in a corner and whisper the Gospel to them.    Paris Reidhead, 20th Century American bible Teacher and Author.

I would rather win souls than be the greatest king or emporer on earth; I would rather win souls than be the greatest general that ever commanded an army ... my one ambition in life is to win as many as possible.  Oh, it is the only thing worth doing; to save souls; and, men and women we can all do it!   R. A. Torrey, 1856 - 1928,  Author, Pastor and Dean of the Bible Institute of Los Angeles.

No educated man can afford to be ignorant of the Bible.  Theodore Roosevelt, 1858 - 1919, 26th President of the United States

I believe the holier a man becomes, the more he mourns over the unholiness which remains in him.  Charles Spurgeon, 1834 - 1892, Foremost Preacher of the 19th Century

There is no point on which men make greater mistakes than on the relation which exist between the Law and the Gospel.  Charles Spurgeon

What health is to the heart, holiness is to the Soul.  John Flavel, 1630 - 1691, English puritan

A little science estranges men from God, but much science leads them back to Him.  Louis Pasteur, 1822 - 1895, French Chemist and Bacterilogist

Nothing worse can happen to a church than to be conformed to this world.  Charles Spurgeon

Satan, the god of all dissension, stirreth up daily new sects, and last all, which of all other I should never have forseen or once suspected, he hath raised up a sect as such as teach ... that men should not be terrified by the Law, but gently exhorted by the preaching of the grace of Christ.  Martin Luther, 1483 - 1546, German Priest, Founder of the Lutheran Church

I have found that there are three stages in every great work of God:  first it is impossible, then it is difficult, then it is done.  James H. Taylor, 1832 - 1905, Pioneer Missionary

The only saving faith is that which casts itself on God for life or death.  Martin Luther

How shall I feel at the judgment, if multitudes of missed opportunities pass before me in full review, and all my excuses prove to be disguises of my cowardice and pride?  W. E. Sangster, British Pastor of the Wesleyan Church

Someo men's passion is for gold.  Some men's passion is for art.  Some men's passion is for fame.  My passion is for souls.  William Booth, 1829 - 1912, Founded the Savation Army to Minister to the Poor of Victorian London

The trouble with people who are not seeking the Savior and His salvation is that they do not understand the nature of sin.  It is the peculiar function of the Law to bring such an understanding to a man's mind and conscience.  That is why great evangelical preachers 300 years ago, in the time of the Puritans, and 200 years ago, in the time of Whitfield and others, always engaged in what they called a preliminary 'Law wordk.'  Dr. Martyn Lloyd-Jones

One single soul saved shall outlive and outweigh all the kingdoms of the world.  John C. Ryle, 1816 - 1900, Evangelical Bishop of the Anglican Church

The proper effect of the Law is to lead us out of our tents and tabernacles, that is to say, from the quietness and security wherein we dwell, and from trusting in ourselves, and to bring us before the presence of God, to reveal His wrath to us and to set us befroe our sins.  Martin Luther, 1483 - 1526, German Priest whose objections to Roman Catholicism sparked the Reformation.

It is the ordinary method of the spirit of God to convict sinners by the law.  It is this which, being set home on the conscience, generally breaketh the rocks in pieces.  It is more especially this part of the Word of God which is quick and powerful, full of life and energy and sharper than any two-edged sword.  John Wesley, 1703 - 1791, British Evangelist and Founder of Methodism.

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