"No sin against God can be little."
"He that is down need fear no fall."
"The more he cast away the more he had."
"The best prayers have often more groans than words."
"One leak will sink a ship: and one sin will destroy a sinner."
"Nothing can render affliction so insupportable as the load of sin."
"In all your prayers forget not to thank the Lord for his mercies."
"Then I saw that there was a way to hell, even from the gates of heaven."
"Prayer is a shield to the soul, a sacrifice to God, and a scourge for Satan."
"I have often thought that the best Christians are found in the worst of times."
"The spirit of prayer is more precious than treasures of gold and silver."
"To seek yourself in this world is to be lost; and to be humble is to be exalted."
"Love not the world; for it [the love of the world] is a moth
in a Christian's life."
"In prayer it is better to have a heart without words than words
with out a heart."
"He who bestows his goods upon the poor shall have as much again, and ten times more."
"Prayer will make a man cease from sin, or sin will entice a man to cease from prayer."
"In times of affliction we commonly meet with the sweetest experiences of the love of God."
"What are the honours and riches of this world, when compared to the glories of a crown of life?"
"To-despise the world is the way to enjoy heaven; and blessed are they who delight to converse with God by prayer."
"Let us wait upon God, walk with God, believe in God, and commit ourselves, our soul, our body, to God, to be kept."
"Take heed of giving thyself liberty of committing one sin, for that will lead thee to another; till, by an ill custom, it become natural."
"Sin is the dare of God's justice, the rape of His mercy, the jeer of His patience, the slight of His power, and the contempt of His love."
"As different as grief is from joy, as torment from, rest, as terror from peace; so different is the state of sinners from that of saints in the world to come."
"Our heart oft times wakes when we sleep, and God can speak to that, either by words, by proverbs, by signs and similitudes, as well as if one was awake."
"Nothing more hinders a soul from coming to Christ, than a vain love of the world; and until a soul is freed from it, it can never have a true love for God."
"Christ is the desire of nations, the joy of angels, the delight of the Father; what solace then must that soul be filled with that hath the possession of him to all eternity?"
"Sin is the great block and bar to our happiness, the Procurer
of all miseries to man, both here and hereafter. Take away sin, and
nothing can hurt us; for death, temporal, spiritual, and eternal, is
the wages of it."
Compiled by Thomas George