I've been reading a little A.W. Tozer again. He's a little strict on some things, but a lot of his writing is deep. Here's a few quotes I've found …
It is as true today as it was in Bible times that the man who hates his sins too much will get into trouble with those who do not hate sin enough. People resent having their friends turn away from them and by implication condemn their way of life.
– A.W. Tozer in Man – The Dwelling Place of God; True Faith is Active, Not Passive
And another …
Of all the emotions the soul is capable, love is by far the freest, the most unreasoning, the one least likely to spring up at the call of duty or obligation, and surely the one that will not come at the command of another.
– A.W. Tozer in Man – The Dwelling Place of God; True Religion is Not Feeling, but Willing
When I was reading "House" a few weeks back, I feel in love with the quotes on light and dark …
No matter what happens, remember that light ALWAYS pierces the darkness.
– Susan from "House" by Frank Peretti and Ted Dekke (emphasis added)
Then a quote that was used a few times in the book, but also a refrence to scripture is:
The light came into the darkness, and the darkness did not understand it.
John 1:5 NIV; this exact quote is from "House" by Frank Peretti and Ted Dekker
Those are just a few quotes I felt noteworthy enough to write about … enjoy!