5 thoughts on “Quote of the Day

  1. Reggie S. says:

    Tullian is missing one very important point – God will indeed change us ONLY if we are willing to repent, turn to Him by faith, pick up our cross and follow Him. The first call of the Kingdom has been and will always be repentance.

  2. Ingrid Schlueter says:

    Tullian would wholeheartedly agree with you based on the sermons I have heard from him. This quote was obviously pulled from a larger context. It is still God who works a contrite heart in us and causes us to want to repent. It’s always a work of God when we are able to repent and obey.

  3. Teeky says:

    O what a Savior is Jesus Christ! He is the chief among ten thousand! Look at His sinless, yet real humanity — without a single taint, yet sympathizing with us in all our various conditions — our afflictions — our temptations — our infirmities — our griefs. Now that He is in glory, He is still cherishing a brother’s heart, bending down His ear to our petitions — ever standing near to catch our sighs, to dry our tears, to provide for our needs, to guide us by His counsel, and afterwards to receive us to glory!

    O what a Savior is Jesus Christ! When He is known — all other beings are eclipsed.

    When His beauty is seen — all other beauty fades.

    When His love is felt — He becomes supremely enthroned in the affections.

    To know Him more, becomes the one desire of the renewed mind; and to make Him more known, is the one aim of the Christian life.

    O what a Savior is Jesus Christ! – Octavius Winslow

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