Tuesday, July 31, 2012


Why will people go astray when they have this blessed Book to guide them?” – Michael Faraday
“If all the great books of the world were given life and were brought together in convention, the moment the Bible entered, the other books would fall on their faces as the gods of Philistia fell when the ark of God was brought into their presence in the temple of Dagon.” – Isaac Newton
“There’s a big difference between the books that men make and the Book that makes men.” – Unknown
“What a Book!  Vast and wide as the world, rooted in the abysses of creation and towering up behind the blue secrets of Heaven – sunset and sunrise, promise and fulfillment, birth and death, the whole drama of humanity all in this Book!” – Heinrich Hein
“To what shall we compare it?  It is as though one man entered a Cathedral and struck a note on the great organ and left.  Thirty-nine other men at different periods did the same.  If we were to gather these notes together, are we to suppose that there is a means of preservation, which will make up the great work Handel’s Messiah?  Should we say it just happened?  No.  We would be justified in believing that some great mind had supervised it.”  - Charles Feinberg, Ph.D.
A Bible that is falling apart usually belongs to someone who isn’t. — C.H. Spurgeon
“The Old Testament opens with man made in the image of God.  The New Testament opens with God in the image of man.”  - Unknown
“There’s enough dust on some of your Bibles to write damnation with your fingers.” – C.H. Spurgeon
“The Bible was written in tears, and to tears it yields its best treasures.” – A.W. Tozer
“One evidence of the value of the Holy Bible is the character of those who oppose God’s Word.” – Unknown
“God’s Word is as good as He is.  There is an old saying that a man is as good as his word.  Well, God is as good as His Word.  His character is behind what He has said.”  - J. Vernon McGee
“The Bible is God’s chart for you to steer by, to keep you from the bottom of the sea and to show you where the harbor is and how to reach it without running on rocks and bars.” – Henry Ward Beecher
“There is no book so varied as the Bible, nor so full of concentrated wisdom.”  - Herbert Hoover

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