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NEAT CHRISTIAN TRUTHS...

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Sermon shared by Tony Abram

January 2008
Summary: NEAT CHRISTIAN TRUTHS... These truths will make you think and point you to THE TRUTH. We call this message neat truths. However, the greatest truth is Jesus. He said in (John 14:6 KJV) Jesus saith unto him, I am the way, the truth, and the life: no ma
Tags: Truth (add tag)
Denomination: Independent/Bible
Audience: General adults
Sermon:
NEAT CHRISTIAN TRUTHS...

These truths will make you think and point you to THE TRUTH. We call this message neat truths. However, the greatest truth is Jesus. He said in (John 14:6 KJV) Jesus saith unto him, I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me.
He is not a way, but the way, not a truth but the truth and not a life but He is the Life.
If you have not committed your life to Him do it today!

Religion is man’s search for God. Christianity is God’s search for man.

A Christianity that costs nothing is worth nothing.

If you do not enjoy what you have now, how can you be happier with more?

A Christian isn’t a person who has received a new start in life. A
Christian is a person who has received a new life to start with.

You must be melted before you can be molded.

Truth is so obscure in these times and falsehood so established that unless we love the truth we cannot know it.

You cannot kindle a fire in any other heart until it is burning within your own.

Jesus promised His disciples three things: that they would be completely fearless, wonderfully happy, and in constant trouble.

Until a man is nothing, God can make nothing out of him.

Most people do not want to know the will of God in order to do it. They want to know it in order to consider it.

To pay the price of obedience is to escape the cost of disobedience.

Commitment is a relationship with Christ that enables you in the midst of life’s greatest comforts, to be willing to die, and in the midst of Life’s greatest trials is to be willing to live.

He who lives for God’s honor and glory seeks neither praise nor reward, but in the end he is certain of both.

99% of knowing God’s Will is being prepared to do it before you know what it is.

The life rooted in God cannot be uprooted.

Do not grumble because you don’t have what you want; rather, be exceedingly grateful that you don’t get what you deserve.
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To praise God for our miseries ends them.

To praise God for our blessings extends them.

The Bible is not only the world’s bestseller; it is also man’s best purchase.

There is a vast difference between the men that make books and the Book that makes men.

True courage is like a kite, a contrary wind raises it higher.

The evolutionists seem to know everything about the missing link except that it is missing.

The probability of life originating by accident is comparable to the probability of the complete dictionary resulting from an explosion in a printing factory.

The devil is a better theologian than any of us and is still a devil.

A person becomes wise by observing what happens when he isn’t.

Experience is the best teacher and considering what it cost us, it should be.

A man who has made a mistake and does not correct it is making another mistake.

He who has no fire in himself cannot warm others.

A fanatic is a person who loves Jesus more than you do.

It is easier to cool down a fanatic than to warm up a corpse.

A Christian either makes the world better, or the world makes him worse.

The Bible keeps you from sin, and sin keeps you from the Bible.

Give your life to God. He can do more with it than you can.

If God has called you, don’t
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