MISSIONARY QUOTES TWO

Posted: March 9, 2011 in Uncategorized

I have listed more quotes that are not just for the missionary life but rather for the Christian life.

My prayer is that wherever we are, wherever we live that we will:

“Let your light so shine before men, that they may see your good works and glorify your Father in heaven.” Matthew 5:16

 

Keep those quotes coming.

John McHoul

The light that shines farthest shines brightest nearest home.
– C. T. Studd

Will you go to His feet and place yourself entirely at His disposal?
– William Booth

Sympathy is no substitute for action.
– David Livingstone

Not, how much of my money will I give to God, but, how much of God’s money will I keep for myself?
– John Wesley

Christ not only died for all: He died for each.
– Billy Graham

Anywhere provided it be forward.
– David Livingstone

A nation will not be moved by timid methods.
– Luis Palau

If God’s love is for anybody anywhere, it’s for everybody everywhere.
– Edward Lawlor, Nazarene General Superintendent

Missions is not a program; it’s practicing God’s presence until His passion consumes us and His compassion compels us . . . to obey.
– Ann Dunagan, author of The Mission-Minded Family

The will of God — nothing less, nothing more, nothing else.
– F. E. Marsh (also attributed to Bobby Richardson)

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Comments
  1. Corrin D says:

    “I have but one candle of life to burn, and I would rather burn it out in a land filled with darkness than in a land flooded with light” — John Keith Falconer

    My family continues to pray for the Heartline family as you each burn bright in an often dark land.

  2. Corrin D says:

    Came across this today, and remembered the two missionary quote posts. Thought you may appreciate this as well.

    “If to be feeling alive to the sufferings of my fellow-creatures is to be a fanatic, I am one of the most incurable fanatics ever permitted to be at large.” ~William Wilberforce

    (My family’s prayers and church family’s prayers continue to be with you and the Heartline family.)

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