Faith sees the invisible, believes the unbelievable, and receives the impossible.— Corrie Ten Boom
Memorable Revival In America quotations
America is a young country with an old mentality.
God loves with a great love the man whose heart is bursting with a passion for the impossible.
Prayer - secret, fervent, believing prayer - lies at the root of all personal godliness.
What if the American people woke up and understood that the official reasons for going to war are almost always based on lies and promoted by war propaganda in order to serve special interests.
All God's giants have been weak men who did great things for God because they reackoned on God being with them.
All great soul-winners have been men of much and mighty prayer, and all great revivals have been preceded and carried out by persevering, prevailing knee-work in the closet.
Prayer is not a painful effort to gain from God help in the varying needs of life. Prayer is the desire to possess God Himself
When church is over and there's no one there to listen except the only One who matters, do you still have that same passionate joy in your spirit, just to be alone with the Living God?
God is looking for broken men who have judged themselves in the light of the cross of Christ. When He wants anything done, He takes up men who have come to the end of themselves, whose confidence is not in themselves, but in God.
Prayer does not mean asking God for all kinds of things we want, it is rather the desire for God Himself, the only Giver of Life.
Put your ear down to the Bible, and hear Him bid you go and pull sinners out of the fire of sin. Put your ear down to the burdened, agonized heart of humanity, and listen to its pitiful wail for help.
Our prayers lay the track down which Gods power can come.
Like a mighty locomotive, his power is irresistible, but it cannot reach us without rails.
If I could hear Christ praying for me in the next room, I would not fear a million enemies.
The greatest thing anyone can do for God or man is pray.
Perhaps more than any other disease before or since, syphilis in early modern Europe provoked the kind of widespread moral panic that AIDS revived when it struck America in the 1980s.
Satan laughs at our toil, mocks at our wisdom, but trembles when we pray.
Prayer turns ordinary mortals into men of power.
It brings power. It brings fire. It brings rain. It brings life. It brings God.
If we displease God, does it matter whom we please? If we please Him, does it matter whom we displease?
Whole days and weeks have I spent prostrate on the ground in silent or vocal prayer.
Out of a very intimate acquaintance with D.
L. Moody, I wish to testify that he was a far greater pray-er than he was preacher.
Prayer is not learned in a classroom but in the closet.
God never ceases to speak to us, but the noise of the world without and the tumult of our passions within bewilder us and prevent us from listening to him
Listening to God is far more important than giving Him your ideas.
If you are strangers to prayer you are strangers to power.
We are too busy to pray, and so we are too busy to have power.
Would that God would make hell so real to us that we cannot rest;
Heaven so real that we must have men there.
You can do more than pray after you have prayed, but you cannot do more than pray until you have prayed.
The Word of God represents all the possibilities of God as at the disposal of true prayer.
Our prayers lay the track down which God's power can come.
God's cause is committed to men; God commits Himself to men. Praying men are the vice-regents of God; they do His work and carry out His plans.
The choice before us is plain: Christ or chaos, conviction or compromise, discipline or disintegration.
Prayer is the acid test of devotion.
Mr. Tillerson has always been quite a tough negotiator and we understand that he's using lots of information and materials that have been prepared by people in State of Department who, well modestly, speaking are not the fans of my country and of revival of bilateral relationship between America and Russia.
We still are America though. We're still a country that is a country of social mobility. We're still a country of immigrants. We're still a country with common ancestors. And reviving the civics of America and the idea that we're going to be united, at least not right now, but in some common future, and talking in that hopeful way that Martin Luther King did, that Abraham Lincoln did, seems to me that's the way.
To all those in the sound of my voice who share our values, who know that we can be a stronger America at home and abroad, a more prosperous America - that we can revive America the way that Ronald Reagan did in the 1980s, and that we can add justices to the Supreme Court who honor and uphold our Constitution - now is the time to come out, to take the time to cast that vote and make Donald Trump the president of the United States.
I like the way that American has become a kind of spiritual home even for people who have never seen it. American dreams are strongest of all in the hearts of people who have only seen America in their dreams. I think it's refreshing and reviving to go around the world and see how America still occupies this special place.