Organizational work is not a step down. Nor is it a step up. All Kingdom work is a step sideways into the role God calls you to fulfill. Jesus’ parable of the talents expresses this. Each man was given according to his ability, and not expected to return any more than he was able. Everyone on… Continue reading Quoted by Jay Jones: Organizational Work
Words of wisdom, philosophy, encouragement and humor from various sources.
By Charles Grisham Oh cleansing fir burn in me, Purge my soul and set me free, Remove each stain of sinfulness, That I may in Thy presence rest Cast far away my vain desires, Refresh my soul in revival fires, Come again thy wonders reveal, Oh bless me now is my appeal Prepare each heart… Continue reading Revival Prayer
Quoted: Jay Jones on signs
We should be less concerned with the signs before us, and more concerned with the signs that follow us.
Quoted: Jay Jones on Prodigals and Lost Sheep
Prodigals need to know there’s a home to return to, but generally left alone till they come to their own mind… Lost sheep need someone to chase them. Sometimes we get that backwards… waiting for sheep to find their own way (while they’re begging for someone to help them), and hounding on the prodigal to… Continue reading Quoted: Jay Jones on Prodigals and Lost Sheep
Quoted: Richard Steven Willoughby on Worship
Worship makes you attractive to God and man.
Quoted: Ron Wofford on Spiritual Appetite
If the time comes that your passion for temporal things outweighs your passion for eternal things, it is then that you know you have been spending too much time at the wrong altar.
Quoted: T.F. Tenney on Preaching
The only message that shouldn’t be preached twice is the one that shouldn’t have been preached in the first place.
Quoted: A. W. Tozer on God’s Promotion
God will crucify without pity those whom He desires to raise without measure!
Quoted: C. S. Lewis on Will
Either people will say to God, ‘Thy will be done,’ or God will say to them, ‘Thy will be done.’
Quoted: Wayne Huntley on Preaching Events
If you’re too big to preach at a small event, then you’re too small to preach at the big event!