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The church which is not a missionary church will be a missing church when Jesus comes.

    Author: F.B. Meyer

The thing that makes a missionary is the sight of what Jesus did on the cross and to have heard Him say, "Go.";

    Author: Oswald Chambers

Some missionaries bound for Africa were laughed at by the boat captain. "You'll only die over there," he said. But a missionary replied, "Captain, we died before we started."

    Author: Vance Havner

The primary qualification for a missionary is not love for souls, as we so often hear, but love for Christ.

    Author: Vance Havner

We cannot all go to the foreign field. We must express our interest in those who have not had our opportunities by our gifts. Much of the service we render in our own land must be rendered in the same way. But when that is said, the fact still remains that there is nothing that will take the place of our hand-to-hand dealing with those who need us. We cannot perform all our charities by proxy. We must come in personal contact with those whom we would help.

    Author: Clovis G. Chappell

The history of missions is a history of prayer. Everything vital to the success of the world's evangelization hinges on prayer.

    Author: John R. Mott

Prayer alone will overcome the gigantic difficulties which confront the workers in every field.

    Author: John R. Mott

Let methods be changed, therefore, if necessary, that prayer may be given its true place. Let there be days set apart for intercession; let the original purpose of the monthly concert of prayer for missions be given a larger place; let missionary prayer cycles be used by families and by individual Christians.

    Author: John R. Mott

Every Christian is either a missionary or an impostor.

    Author: Charles Spurgeon

I remember one who spoke on the missionary question one day saying, "The great question is not, 'Will not the heathen be saved if we do not send them the gospel?' but 'Are we saved ourselves if we do not send them the gospel?'

    Author: Charles Spurgeon
    Source: 51.30

If there be any one point in which the Christian church ought to keep its fervor at a white heat, it is concerning missions. If there be anything about which we cannot tolerate lukewarmness, it is in the matter of sending the gospel to a dying world.

    Author: Charles Spurgeon

Millions have never heard of Jesus. We ought not to ask, "Can I prove that I ought to go?' but, "Can I prove that I ought not to go?";

    Author: Charles Spurgeon

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