:: Those who tolerate sin in what they think to be little things, will soon indulge it in greater matters. (Charles Spurgeon):: To resist holiness or to be halfhearted about its pursuit is to forfeit true joy and to settle for something less that the God-intoxication for which we were created.
: There must be nothing, absolutely nothing, in my daily conduct that, copied by another, could lead that one into unholiness. (Helen Roseveare)
:: Our lives are to make God believable to our world.
:: What makes all sin so heinous and grievous is that it is against God.
:: The more ground you concede to sin, the more you dull your capacity for truth.
:: The serene beauty of a holy life is the most powerful influence in the world next to the power of God. (Blaise Pascal)
:: What others most need is to see in you a reflection of what God is like.
:: Your progress in holiness will never exceed your relationship with the Word of God.