Quotes by Graham Scroggie
Our vision in the mountain should be our comfort in the valley. In days of rapture, we should store up the lights for days of depression. In solitude the memory of the sanctuary should gladden us. It matters little how dry and weary the land is, so long as we are sure that God is ours.
Prayer is an instinct of the soul but how to pray can only be learned from the inspired Scriptures.
When a man’s mouth is thus opened, God’s ears are never closed. When the penitent is talking the Savior is listening.
What a man rejoices in is a fair test of his character. To be glad when evil prevails, or to rejoice in the misfortunes of others is indicative of great moral degradation.
They that wait upon the Lord will also wait for Him.