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God's Word will never fall into disrepair. But here's what happens when we don't travel on it: We fall into disrepair!

    Author: David Jeremiah

If your mind is filled with the Word of God, then it can't be filled with impure thoughts.

    Author: David Jeremiah

Faith is to rest, not in the best of God's servants, but in His unchanging Word.

    Author: Harry Ironside

One of the most staggering truths of the Scriptures is to understand that we do not earn our way to heaven. ...works have a place--but as a demonstration of having received God's forgiveness, not as a badge of merit of having earned it.

    Author: Ravi Zacharias

Many people hear the Word of God, but to some of them it is only words; they do not accept it as the Word of God. What a paradox it is that all creation obeys His Word except we who are made in the image of God and have the ability to choose.

    Author: Theodore Epp

If the word stays not in the memory, it cannot profit. Some can better remember a piece of news than a line of Scripture: their memories are like those ponds, where frogs live, but fish die.

    Author: Thomas Watson
    Source: The Morning Exercises.

Highly prize the Scriptures. Can he make a proficiency in any art, who doth slight and deprecate it? Prize this book of God above all other books.

    Author: Thomas Watson
    Source: The Morning Exercises.

The Scripture is the library of the Holy Ghost; it is a pandect of divine knowledge, an exact model and platform of religion. The Scripture contains in it the credenda, "the things which we are to believe," and the agenda, "the things which we are to practice."

    Author: Thomas Watson
    Source: A Puritan Golden Treasury

Read the Scripture, not only as a history, but as a love-letter sent to you from God.

    Author: Thomas Watson
    Source: A Puritan Golden Treasury

The Scripture is both the breeder and feeder of grace. How is the convert born, but by "the word of truth"? (James 1:18). How doth he grow, but by "the sincere milk of the Word."? (I Peter 2:2).

    Author: Thomas Watson
    Source: A Puritan Golden Treasury

Jesus endorsed the inspiration of the Old Testament, not only as "full" or "plenary," but even "literal" in the sense that the very letters of the words were inspired.

    Author: Edmund Clowney

On all sides it is recognized that any who would take the New Testament seriously must be confronted by eschatology... Preaching that has lost urgency and passion reveals a loss of the eschatological perspective of the New Testament... He is not aware that he ministers in the time of the ascended Christ, the time of the fulfillment of all the prophets in his saving rule.

    Author: Edmund Clowney

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