74+ Arthur W. Pink Quotes And Sayings
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Top 10 Arthur W. Pink Quotes (BEST)
- Prayer is not so much an act as it is an attitude - an attitude of dependency, dependency upon God.
- The Bible is no lazy man's book! Much of its treasure, like the valuable minerals stored in the bowels of the earth, only yield up themselves to the diligent seeker.
- It is not the absence of sin but the grieving over it which distinguishes the child of God from empty professors.
- The great mistake made by most of the Lord’s people is in hoping to discover in themselves that which is to be found in Christ alone.
- Growing in grace is a deepening realization of our nothingness; it is a heartfelt recognition that we are not worthy of the least of God's mercies.
- Unbelief is infectious! The unbelief of one strengthens the unbelief of another, just as the faith of one strengthens the faith of another.
- The gospel is not an announcement that God has relaxed his justice or lowered the standard of His holiness.
- The measure of our love for others can largely be determined by the frequency and earnestness of our prayers for them.
- How blessed to know that when the world hates us, God loves us!
- An ineffably holy God, who has the utmost abhorrence of sin, was never invented by any of Adam's descendents.
Arthur W. Pink Short Quotes
- When we complain about the weather, we are, in reality, murmuring against God.
- Real prayer is communion with God
- Whatever I cannot do for God's glory must be avoided.
- No verse of Scripture yields its meaning to lazy people.
- The Christian life is a life that consists of following Jesus.
- Taking up my cross means a life voluntarily surrendered to God.
- Nothing is too great and nothing is too small to commit into the hands of the Lord.
- Happy the soul that has been awed by a view of God's majesty
- An honest heart loves the Truth.
- If I have never mourned over my waywardness, then I have no solid ground for rejoicing.
Arthur W. Pink Famous Quotes And Sayings
The nature of Christ's salvation is woefully misrepresented by the present-day evangelist. He announces a Saviour from Hell rather than a Saviour from sin. And that is why so many are fatally deceived, for there are multitudes who wish to escape the Lake of fire who have no desire to be delivered from their carnality and worldliness. — Arthur W. Pink
Contentment, then, is the product of a heart resting in God. It is the soul’s enjoyment of that peace that passes all understanding. It is the outcome of my will being brought into subjection to the Divine will. It is the blessed assurance that God does all things well, and is, even now, making all things work together for my ultimate good. — Arthur W. Pink
Real prayer is communion with God, so that there will be common thoughts between His mind and ours. What is needed is for Him to fill our hearts with His thoughts, and then His desires will become our desires flowing back to Him. — Arthur W. Pink
But why should we not place implicit confidence in God and rely upon His word of promise? Is anything too hard for the Lord? Has His word of promise ever failed? Then let us not entertain any unbelieving suspicions of His future care of us. Heaven and earth shall pass away, but not so His promises. — Arthur W. Pink
It's true that (many) are praying for a worldwide revival. But it would be more timely, and more scriptural, for prayer to be made to the Lord of the harvest, that He would raise up and thrust forth laborers who would fearlessly and faithfully preach those truths which are calculated to bring about a revival. — Arthur W. Pink
Instead of complaining at his lot, a contented man is thankful that his condition and circumstances are no worse than they are. Instead of greedily desiring something more than the supply of his present need, he rejoices that God still cares for him. Such an one is "content" with such as he has (Heb. 13:5). — Arthur W. Pink
Our first postulate is that because God is God, He does as He pleases, only as He pleases, always as He pleases; that His great concern is the accomplishment of His own pleasure and the promotion of His own glory that He is the Supreme Being, and therefore Sovereign of the universe. — Arthur W. Pink
Prayer is not intended to change God's purpose, nor is it to move Him to form fresh purposes. God has decreed that certain events shall come to pass through the means He has appointed for their accomplishment. — Arthur W. Pink
Faith endures as seeing Him who is invisible (Heb. 11:27); endures the disappointments, the hardships, and the heart-aches of life, by recognizing that all comes from the hand of Him who is too wise to err and too loving to be unkind. — Arthur W. Pink
Afflictions are light when compared with what we really deserve. They are light when compared with the sufferings of the Lord Jesus. But perhaps their real lightness is best seen by comparing them with the weight of glory which is awaiting us. — Arthur W. Pink
A consciousness of our powerlessness should cast us upon Him who has all power. Here then is where a vision and view of God's sovereignty helps, for it reveals His sufficiency and shows us our insufficiency. — Arthur W. Pink
Just as the sinner's despair of any hope from himself is the first prerequisite of a sound conversion, so the loss of all confidence in himself is the first essential in the believer's growth in grace. — Arthur W. Pink
To the one who delights in the sovereignty of God the clouds not only have a 'silver lining' but they are silver all through, the darkness only serving to offset the light! — Arthur W. Pink
Prayer is not so much an act as it is an attitude of dependency, dependency upon God. Prayer is a confession of creature weakness, yes, of helplessness. Prayer is the acknowledgment of our need and the spreading of it before God. — Arthur W. Pink
For a Christian to defy adversities is to "despise" chastisement. Instead of hardening himself to endure stoically, there should be a melting of the heart. — Arthur W. Pink
There is only one safeguard against error, and that is to be established in the faith; and for that, there has to be prayerful and diligent study, and a receiving with meekness the engrafted Word of God. Only then are we fortified against the attacks of those who assail us. — Arthur W. Pink
Our Lord Jesus Christ added nothing to God in His essential being and glory, either by what He did or suffered. True, blessedly and gloriously true, He manifested the glory of God to us, but He added nought to God. — Arthur W. Pink
In the person of Christ God beholds a holiness which abides His closest scrutiny, yea, which rejoices and satisfies His heart; and whatever Christ is before God, He is for His people. — Arthur W. Pink
God has often given His people favor in the sight of heathen masters (as Joseph and Daniel), and has magnified the sufficiency of His grace by preserving their souls in the midst of the most unpromising environments. His saints are found in very unlikely places. — Arthur W. Pink
When you observe that the fire in your room is getting dull, you do not always put on more coal, but simply stir with the poker; so God often uses the black poker of adversity in order that the flames of devotion may burn more brightly. — Arthur W. Pink
Chastisement is designed for our good, to promote our highest interests. Look beyond the rod to the All-wise hand that wields it! — Arthur W. Pink
Were God to show grace to all of Adam's descendants, men would at once conclude that He was righteously compelled to take them to heaven as meet compensation for allowing the human race to fall into sin. But the great God in under no obligation to any of his creatures, least of all to those who are rebels against him. — Arthur W. Pink
The truth of God may well be likened to a narrow path skirted on either side by a dangerous and destructive precipice: in other words, it lies between two gulfs of error. — Arthur W. Pink
God cannot change for the better, for He is already perfect; and being perfect, He cannot change for the worse. — Arthur W. Pink
A natural faith is sufficient for trusting a human object; but a supernatural faith is required to trust savingly in a Divine object. — Arthur W. Pink
Those circumstances, which to the dim eye of Jacob's faith wore a hue so somber, were at that very moment developing and perfecting the events which were to shed around the evening of his life the halo of a glorious and cloudless sunset. — Arthur W. Pink
Daily living by faith on Christ is what makes the difference between the sickly and the healthy Christian, between the defeated and the victorious saint. — Arthur W. Pink
If any occupation or association is found to hinder our communion with God or our enjoyment of spiritual things, then it must be abandoned. Anything in my habits or ways which mars happy fellowship with the brethren or robs me of power in service, is to be unsparingly judged and made an end of-'burned.' Whatever I cannot do for God's glory must be avoided. — Arthur W. Pink
We must not forget that the issues of Eternity are settled in Time. — Arthur W. Pink
Man is unable to accurately predict events which are but twenty-four hours distant; only the Divine Mind could have foretold the future, centuries before it came to be. Hence, we affirm with the utmost confidence, that the hundreds of fulfilled prophecies in the Bible attest and demonstrate the truth that the Scriptures are the inspired, infallible, inerrant Word of God. — Arthur W. Pink
Prayer is not designed for the furnishing of God with the knowledge of what we need, but it is designed as a confession to him of our sense of need. — Arthur W. Pink
Sin is more than an act or a series of acts; it is a man's make-up. — Arthur W. Pink
Prayer is the way and means God has appointed for the communication of the blessings of His goodness to His people. — Arthur W. Pink
A 'god' who's will is resisted, designs frustrated, and purpose checkmated, possesses no title to Deity. — Arthur W. Pink
True liberty is not the power to live as we please, but to live as we ought. — Arthur W. Pink
Prayer is not appointed for the furnishing of God with the knowledge of what we need, but it is designed as a confession to Him of our sense of the need. In this, as in everything, God's thoughts are not as ours. God requires that His gifts should be sought for. He designs to be honoured by our asking, just as He is to be thanked by us after He has bestowed His blessing. — Arthur W. Pink
Love is the queen of all the Christain graces. — Arthur W. Pink
Almost all doctrinal error is really truth perverted. Truth wrongly divided. Truth disproportionately held and taught. — Arthur W. Pink
Grace can neither be bought, earned, or won by the creature. If it could be, it would cease to be grace. — Arthur W. Pink
Nothing in all the vast universe can come to pass otherwise than God has eternally purposed. Here is a foundation of faith. Here is a resting place for the intellect. Here is an anchor for the soul, both sure and steadfast. It is not blind fate, unbridled evil, man or Devil, but the Lord Almighty who is ruling the world, ruling it according to His own good pleasure and for His own eternal glory. — Arthur W. Pink
An honest heart seeks to please God in all things and offend Him in none. — Arthur W. Pink
Faithful people have always been in a marked minority. — Arthur W. Pink
To realize that the Holy Scriptures are a revelation from the Most High, communicating to us His mind and defining for us His will, is the first step toward practical godliness. To recognize that the Bible is God's Word, and that its precepts are the precepts of the Almighty, will lead us to see what an awful thing it is to despise and ignore them. — Arthur W. Pink
From every pulpit in the land it needs to be thundered forth that God still lives, that God still observes, ... still reigns. Faith is now in the crucible, it is being tested by fire, and there is no fixed... resting place for the heart and mind but in the Throne of God. What is needed now, as never before, is a full, positive, constructive setting forth of the Godhood of God. — Arthur W. Pink
Christ is the Divine answer to the Devil's overthrow of our first parents. — Arthur W. Pink
Contentment... is the soul's enjoyment of that peace that passes all understanding. — Arthur W. Pink
God was under no constraint, no obligation, no necessity to create. That He chose to do so was purely a sovereign act on His part, caused by nothing outside Himself, determined by nothing but His own mere good pleasure. — Arthur W. Pink
if the will is their servant then it is not sovereign, and if the will is not sovereign, we certainly cannot predicate 'freedom' of it. — Arthur W. Pink
Where sin had brought men, love brought the Saviour. — Arthur W. Pink
After grief for sin there should be joy for forgiveness. — Arthur W. Pink
Most Christians expect little from God, ask little, and therefore receive little and are content with little. — Arthur W. Pink
Instead of a river, God often gives us a brook, which may be running today and dried up tomorrow. Why? To teach us not to rest in our blessings, but in the blesser Himself. — Arthur W. Pink
How does God save His people from the pleasure of sin? The answer is, “By imparting to them a nature which hates evil and loves holiness.” This takes place when they are born again, so that actual salvation begins with regeneration. Of course it does; where else could it commence? Fallen man can neither perceive his desperate need of salvation, nor come to Christ for it, till he has been renewed by the Holy Spirit. — Arthur W. Pink
In praying for His enemies not only did Christ set before us a perfect example of how we should treat those who wrong us an hate us, but He also taught us never to regard any as beyond the reach of prayer. — Arthur W. Pink
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