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Albert B. Simpson - 29th October 1919

Albert B. Simpson - 29th October 1919

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He Being Dead Yet Speaketh. A gathering of quotes by individual Christian men and women from the past - These are uploaded on the anniversary of their ‘falling asleep’ and intended to inspire us, as we read their words, to follow their good example. They are also meant to further encourage us to read more of their works.
He Being Dead Yet Speaketh. A gathering of quotes by individual Christian men and women from the past - These are uploaded on the anniversary of their ‘falling asleep’ and intended to inspire us, as we read their words, to follow their good example. They are also meant to further encourage us to read more of their works.

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 (Heb.11:4)
 
Albert B. SimpsonDied29
th
October 1919
 
Superficial Christians are apt to be eccentric.
 
I
would rather play with forked lightning, or take in my handliving wires with their fiery current, than speak a reckless wordagainst any servant of Christ, or idly repeat the slanderous dartswhich thousands of Christian are hurling on others.
 
s long as you want anything very much, especially more than you want God, it is an idol.
 
 
F
orget yourself and live for others, for it is more blessed to givethan to receive.
 
 
D
ifficulties and obstacles are God's challenges to faith. Whenhindrances confront us in the path of duty, we are to recognizethem as vessels for faith to fill with the fullness and all-sufficiency of Jesus.
 
 
I
want the love that cannot help but love; Loving, like God, for thevery sake of love.
 
 
We begin life with the natural, next we come into the spiritual;but then, when we have truly received the kingdom of God andHis righteousness, the natural is added to the spiritual, and weare able to receive the gifts of His providence and the blessings of life without becoming centered in them or allowing them toseparate us from Him.
 
 
 T 
here is no wonder more supernatural and divine in the life of abeliever than the mystery and ministry of prayer...the hand of thechild touching the arm of the
F
ather and moving the wheel of theuniverse.
 
 
O
ften we want people to pray for us and help us, but we alwaysdefeat our object when we look too much to them and lean uponthem.
 
 
Christ is not a reservoir but a spring. His life is continual, activeand ever passing on with an outflow as necessary as its inflow.
I
we do not perpetually draw the fresh supply from the living
F
ountain, we shall either grow stagnant or empty,
I
t is, therefore,not so much a perpetual fullness as a perpetual filling.
 
When you cannot rejoice in feelings, circumstances or conditions,rejoice in the Lord.
 
 
divided heart loses both worlds.
 
 
 T 
he blessed Lord condensed it all into one single message of eternal comfort spoken to the disciples on the Sea of Galilee,
I
t is
I,
be not afraid
. He is the antidote to fear; He is the remedy fortrouble; He is the substance and the sum of deliverance.
 
 
 T 
he Bible stands apart from all other books, and has survivedand will survive all the attacks of its enemies.
 
 
When you become satisfied with God, however, everything else soloses its charm that He can give it to you without harm.
 
 
friend... said, "You were healed by faith." "
O
h, no,"
I
said, "
I
 was healed by Christ." What is the difference?
 T 
here is a greatdifference.
 T 
here came a time when even faith seemed to comebetween me and Jesus.
I
thought
I
should have to work up thefaith, so
I
laboured to get the faith. At last
I
thought
I
had it; thatif 
I
put my whole weight upon it, it would hold.
I
said, when
I
 thought
I
had got the faith, "Heal me."
I
was trusting in myself, inmy own heart, in my own faith.
I
was asking the Lord to dosomething for me because of something in me, not because of something in Him.
 
O
ur God has boundless resources.
 T 
he only limit is in us.
O
urasking, our thinking, our praying are too small.
O
ur expectationsare too limited.
 
 
God does not so much want us to do things as to let people seewhat He can do.
 
 
 T 
he human body has been called the microcosm of the universe,a little world of wonders and a monument of divine wisdom andpower, sufficient to convince the most incredulous mind of theexistence of the Great
D
esigner.
 
 
O
ne touch of Christ is worth a lifetime of struggling.
 
 
O
ne of the best results of temptation is that it shows us what isin our hearts.
 

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"He is the antidote to fear; He is the remedy for trouble . . ." Much depth here! Thanks for sharing this.
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