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It is not your idea, not your understanding, not your thinking, not your reasoning, not even your profession of faith, that here can quench the thirst. The home-sickness goes out after God Himself... it is not the name of God but God Himself whom your soul desires and cannot do without.

    Author: Abraham Kuyper

Our God is not an impotent God with one arm; but as he is slow to anger, so is he great in power.

    Author: Abraham Wright

God's center is everywhere, His circumference nowhere.

    Author: Thomas Watson
    Source: A Puritan Golden Treasury

The glory of God is a silver thread which must run through all of our actions.

    Author: Thomas Watson

We may force our Lord to punish us, but we will never have to force Him to love us. That's His nature.

    Author: Thomas Watson

The tears of Christ are the pity of God. The gentleness of Jesus is the long-suffering of God. The tenderness of Jesus is the love of God. "He that hath seen Me hath seen the Father.

    Author: Alexander MacLaren

Men come and go; leaders, teachers, thinkers speak and work for a season, and then fall silent and impotent. He abides. They die, but He lives. They are lights kindled, and, therefore, sooner or later quenched; but He is the true light from which they draw all their brightness, and He shines for evermore.

    Author: Alexander MacLaren

Ah, there is nothing more beautiful than the difference between the thought about sinful creatures which is natural to a holy being, and the thought about sinful creatures which is natural to a self-righteous being. The one is all contempt; the other, all pity.

    Author: Alexander MacLaren

God hath decreed the end, so He hath decreed the means that are proper for attaining that end; so that these two must not be separated.

    Author: Thomas Boston

Has God decreed all things that come to pass? Then there is nothing that falls out by chance, nor are we to ascribe what we meet with either to good or ill luck and fortune. There are many events in the world which men look upon as mere accidents, yet all these come by the counsel and appointment of Heaven.

    Author: Thomas Boston

Consider the end of God's decrees - and this is no other than His own glory. Every rational agent acts for an end; and God being the most perfect agent, and His glory the highest end, there can be no doubt but all His decrees are directed to that end. "For to Him are all things" (Rom. 11.36).

    Author: Thomas Boston
    Source: Of the Decrees of God, Commentary on the Shorter Catechism.

God is the archetypal Father; all other fatherhood is a more or less imperfect copy of his perfect fatherhood.|The New International Dictionary of New Testament Theology

    Author: F.F. Bruce

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