"Go into all the world and preach the gospel to every creature" - Mark 16:15

David Jeremiah Quotes
Quotes by David Jeremiah

"It's time to begin righting the story of your life."

"We are God's productions, His compositions."

"It's possible to be thankful wherever you find yourself."

"Every believer is commanded to be plugged in to a local church."

"No matter what our circumstance, we can find a reason to be thankful."

"Integrity is keeping a commitment even after circumstances have changed."

"Prayer is the hard-work business of Christianity, and it nets amazing results."

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

"Jesus became mortal to give you immortality; and today, through Him, you can be free."

"The greatest adventure in life--knowing God--begins at the Cross of Christ and ends with a "Hallelujah!"

"Sin is like a cancer that destroys step by step, sometimes so slowly we don't realize what's happening to us."

"The secret of the Christian's passion is simple: Everything we do in life we do it "as to the Lord and not to men."

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

"Loving the world destroys our relationship with God, it denies our faith in God, and it discounts our future with God."

"The man who loves his wife above all else on earth gains the freedom and power to pursue other noble, but lesser, loves."

"The Bible tells us that whenever we come before God, whatever our purpose or prayer request, we are always to come with a thankful heart."

"In Scripture we read of two kinds of men—the spiritual man controlled by the Holy Spirit, and the "carnal" man who is ruled by his passions."

"Truth offends everyone outside its definitions. But the irony of truth is that the greater its potential for offense, the greater its potential for giving hope."

"There is a moral and spiritual war for the souls of Americans. And this war must be waged by preaching the Gospel, prayer, and obedience to God's Word."

"That's what Jesus did. The gulf between God and human beings is far greater than the distance between humans and birds, yet His grace spanned the great divide."

"Prayer is the way you defeat the devil, reach the lost, restore a backslider, strengthen the saints, send missionaries out, cure the sick, accomplish the impossible, and know the will of God."

"The Bible tells us He was born to die; He died to overcome death; and He rose again to save us from sin, guilt, shame, despair, and hell. He came to seek and to save those who are lost."

"Live as a credible witness., If our actions don't line up with the message we're proclaiming, we risk losing our credibility. When our lives are filled with peace, faith and joy, people will want to know what we have."

"God created us as social creatures with a need to belong. He never intended that any Christian should live in isolation. In the New Testament, the word "saint" never appears in the singular. It is always in the plural "saints."

"Share the Gospel. According to the Bible, it is every believer's privilege and responsibility to share the Gospel. If we understand what lies ahead for those who do not know Christ, there will be a sense of urgency in our witness."

"You may not be able to predict the time of a tornado, earthquake or the Lord's return. But you can know for a fact that He is coming back. Work today to share the escape route of God's grace with others, before the night cometh."

"His name, Jesus, comes from the Greek words for Jehovah Saves; and that's why the angels hovering above sleepy little Bethlehem sang: "For there is born to you this day in the City of David a Savior, who is Christ the Lord" (Luke 2:11)."

"The great beauty of the Christian Gospel is that in clear and certain ways, the Gospel of Jesus Christ explains man's predicament (sin and suffering), God's remedy (salvation through Christ), and an ultimate and timely solution (the return of Christ to establish peace on earth and introduce the eternal state)."

"Have you ever changed a light bulb or called a television repairman only to find out the appliance simply wasn't plugged in? Don't go through life like that! This is no time to be disconnected. Get plugged in and see God's energy bring good things to light in your life."

"So while the world is shrinking in many ways, the population is increasing at a faster and faster rate. Each of those 6.6 billion souls alive today are individuals God loves and sent His Son to die for (John 3:16). And it is our responsibility - those of us who know and serve Jesus Christ - to go and tell them."

"Our world system is violently opposed to Christ and all He stands for. When the Bible says, "Do not love this world," the word "world" means the depraved culture of the times, the world system that's under the control of Satan. "The whole world lies under the sway of the wicked one," says 1 John 5:19."

"Power" occurs 264 times in Scripture. The Lord intends us to be powerful people-mighty in optimism and hopeful of spirit, powerful in evangelistic zeal, potent in influence, sturdy in moral fiber and purity. We can be powerhouses in prayer and preaching. God gives "power to the weak, and to those who have no might He increases strength" (Isaiah 40:29).

"No verse in the Bible better expresses the passion we should have for life than Colossians 3:23-24: "And whatever you do, do it heartily, as to the Lord and not to men, knowing that from the Lord you will receive the reward of the inheritance; for you serve the Lord Christ." In these two verses we find four handles by which passion may be seized on a daily basis: the scope, strength, secret, and source of passion. This passage can become a Passion Principle for you as you go "from Accomplishment to Zeal" every day."

"God has clearly revealed His will for your character in Scripture: We are to manifest the character of Jesus Christ. Our best checklist for God's will for our character as a Christian is Galatians 5:22-23. There Paul mentions nine character qualities of the heart: love, joy, peace, longsuffering, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control. If you would like your next steps to be within God's will for your life in 2010, then pray for these Christ-like qualities."

"When the Bible uses the words salvation, Savior, and save, it's speaking of the total work of God in bringing people from a state of death - hopeless separation from God - to a state of everlasting life through the forgiveness of sin, based on the merits of Christ Jesus who died and rose again. Saving us is the greatest and most concrete demonstration of God's love, the definitive display of His grace throughout time and eternity."

"The Buddhist has to find enlightenment through striving and the Hindu must find perfection through reincarnation. The Muslim must make trips to Mecca and the Jew must trust in his works. But in Christianity, the sinner needs only to find Jesus and believe in Him. No other religion in the world offers so much in exchange for faith - for accepting the gift of salvation God offers in Christ. No wonder so many adherents of other religions, once they understand the simplicity of the Christian Gospel, embrace Jesus with open arms."

"At the heart of Christianity is faith. Most believers understand that the Christian life is conceived by grace through faith (John 3:16; Ephesians 2:8-9). But what too many fail to understand is that the Christian life is continued and completed by faith as well. It's all by faith! In fact, if we are not walking by faith on a moment-by-moment basis, the life we are living is not the Christian life at all-it's only a going-through-the-motions effort to live like we think Christians are supposed to live. But that is not pleasing to God, as Hebrews 11:6 says: "But without faith it is impossible to please Him. . . ."

"The Hall of Fame of Faith"
"If ever there was a small book to be studied on how to walk by faith, it is the record in Hebrews 11 of those in the Old Testament who lived and died by faith. There was Abel, who made a presentation to God by faith, and Enoch who demonstrated the possibilities of walking by faith. Noah's walk was the performance of faith, and Abraham's long walk with God revealed the progress of faith. Sarah waited on a child and demonstrated the patience of faith, and Isaac, Jacob, and Joseph clung to the promise of faith in the future. Moses is our model of the persuasion of faith, and Joshua and Rahab the perils of faith. Many others too numerous to name are said to have paid the ultimate price for faith.

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