A Few Favorite Quotes

Here are a few of my favorite quotes:

Forgiveness is the ability to go on in a life-giving relationship without the last bad experience holding you back.
Pastor Steve Driessen

Great faith is the product of great fights. Great testimonies are the outcome of great tests. Great triumphs can only come out of great trials.
Smith Wigglesworth

I would rather pay the price to hear God’s voice personally, regardless of how difficult the circumstances may be, than to have to settle for always hearing from Him secondhand.
Joy Dawson–Forever Ruined for the Ordinary

The Gospel without power is not good news at all.
Richard Crisco

Nothing is more pathetic than having a small character in a big assignment. Many of us don’t want to give attention to our character; we just want the big assignment from God.
Henry T. Blackaby–Experiencing God

Prayer is not overcoming God’s reluctance. It is laying hold of God’s willingness.
Martin Luther

Prayers prayed in the Spirit never die until they accomplish God’s intended purpose. His answer may not be what we expected, or when we expected it, but God often provides much more abundantly than we could think or ask. He interprets our intent and either answers or stores up our prayers. Sincere prayers are never lost. Energy, time, love, and longing can be endowments that will never be wasted or go unrewarded.
Wesley L. Duewel–Touch the World through Prayer

Some say, “Ah, those Christians, they’re just brainwashed.” Well, if the thing needs washing, let’s wash it!
Pastor Steve Driessen


3 responses to “A Few Favorite Quotes

  1. Thanks for the favorite quotes. They are so cool indeed.


  2. Love these. I think you’re a candidate for this great site.


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  3. I googled a book called “Mighty Prevailing Prayer” by W. Duewel, which I read about 10 years and loved, and I came across your blog.
    I love it deeply. Thanks for you insights and your commitment to Christ and His Kingdom. I am a prophetic musician/songwriter and I love to pray. Wesley Duewel also changed my life.
    I desire to build a 24/7 House of Prayer that mingles worship with intercession as in Rev 5. Harps with Bowls.

    Bless you dear sister,
    The Fire On The Altar Must Never Go Out,
    Hal Leath


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