When believers neglect the revealed Word of God, they are likely to turn to silly and unprofitable methods of insight.
Believers are inclined to attribute their spiritual successes to their godliness when it would be more accurate to connect them with God's faithfulness.
What we do in public determines our reputation; what we do in private determines our character.
Exposure to false doctrine places a person at risk not just for theological errors but for moral failure.
Chastening is a mark of affection, not a sign of rejection.
Conversion is essential, but it is a beginning, not an end. The believer in Jesus Christ is not simply rescued from the penalty of his sin; he is redeemed to love God and his neighbor so that others might come to know him.
A life that is lived without regard to God cannot be called living.
God is enough like us to understand our problems and enough above us to be able to solve them.
Prosperity is often the enemy of spiritual development.
Only people of proven character should be placed in positions of spiritual leadership.
No amount of temporal success can compensate for the loss of God's approval.
The worship of false gods is always an outgrowth of spiritual deception.
There is no substitute for a firsthand encounter with the Word of God.
God never forgets a promise.
Our identity as the people of God is marked primarily by our faithfulness in obedience to Him.
God's love does not depend on the current spiritual condition of those He loves.
Persistence in prayer brings results that casual prayer does not.
The Lord longs to exalt His people as trophies of His work in them.
Although the world places a premium on the latest things, some realities are discovered by looking into the past.
A concern for doctrinal purity should always be based on love of the Lord, not a desire to express spiritual pride.
The spiritual heritage of the godly lives on after they are gone.
Compassion for victims is sometimes forgotten in a misapplied concern for their oppressors and murderers.
Equal justice under law is a spiritual as well as a civic principle.
Recalling what our lives were like before Jesus Christ entered them will help keep our daily problems in perspective.
Discouragement is contagious and is easily transmitted to others.
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