Anthony Orsini, Deland, FL
ØThe Bible has all we need to know, so we can do all God wants us to do.
ØWhen you open your Bible, ask the author to open your heart.
ØOnly the Lord Jesus Christ, the Living Water, can satisfy the thirsty soul.
ØSalvation produces a change within that breaks the chains of sin.
ØWhen it comes to prayer, don’t hang up, hang on.
ØWe never graduate from the school of prayer.
ØKeep spiritually fit, feed on God’s word and exercise your faith.
ØNothing is. more attractive than Christ-likeness.
ØA heart that is open to Christ will be open to those He loves.
ØFaith can and will break the stranglehold of fear.
ØTo escape temptation, flee to God.
ØWhat we practice is the best illustration of what we preach.
ØSome of life’s greatest lessons are learned in the school of affliction.
ØTo escape God’s wrath, embrace God’s love.
ØJesus gave his all to save us. Are we giving our all to serve Him?
ØThe truth of the gospel is as clear as a bell, but it is not always
ØSalvation is a gift to be received, not a goal to be achieved.
ØIn creation, we see God’s hand. In redemption we see His heart.
ØIt is never too early to accept Christ, but at any moment it could be too late.
ØProcrastination has never landed one soul in Heaven, but it has doomed many to an eternal Hell.
ØSin deceives, then defiles, then deadens and last of all it condemns.
ØDeath is the last chapter in time, but the first chapter in eternity.
ØThe Christian future is as bright as the promise of God.
ØChrist’s blood makes us safe. God’s word makes us sure.
ØWe don’t need more to be thankful for, we need to be more thankful for what we have.
ØWith God behind you and His arms beneath you, you can face whatever lies ahead of you.