In the sight of the coffin and the grave it is not easy to be proud.
Of all the things in the world that stink in the nostrils of men, hypocrisy is the worst.
The law may express sin but it cannot suppress sin.
Hope is the only tie which keeps the heart from breaking.
The grace that saves the sinner is the power that must supply the sinner.
Every Christian would agree that a man’s spiritual health is exactly proportional to his love for God.
Helplessness is the real secret and the impelling power of prayer.
[The purpose of fasting is] to loosen to some degree the ties which bind us to the world or material surroundings as a whole in order that we may concentrate all our spiritual powers upon the unseen and eternal things.
Helplessness united with faith produces prayer, for without faith there can be no prayer.
Reference: Quoted in: Reformation and Revival Journal, v. 13, n. 3, p. 53.