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Outside of Christ, I am only a sinner, but in Christ, I am saved. Outside of Christ, I am empty; in Christ, I am full. Outside of Christ, I am weak; in Christ, I am strong. Outside of Christ, I cannot; in Christ, I am more than able. Outside of Christ, I have been defeated; in Christ, I am already victorious. How meaningful are the words, "in Christ."
- Watchman Nee
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As the sun can be seen only by its own light, so Christ can be known only by His own Spirit.
- Robert Leighton
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Without Christ there is no hope.
- Charles Spurgeon
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Christ is a substitute for everything, but nothing is a substitute for Christ.
- Harry Ironside
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I have a great need for Christ; I have a great Christ for my need.
- Charles Spurgeon
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One touch of Christ is worth a lifetime of struggling.
- A. B. Simpson
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If your life is empty, fill it with Christ.
- Woodrow Kroll
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Christ is the Good Physician. There is no disease He cannot heal; no sin He cannot remove; no trouble He cannot help. He is the Balm of Gilead, the Great Physician who has never yet failed to heal all the spiritual maladies of every soul that has come unto Him in faith and prayer.
- James H. Aughey
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To be in Christ is the source of the Christian's life; to be like Christ is the sum of His excellence; to be with Christ is the fullness of His joy.
- Charles Hodge
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Christ is the desire of nations, the joy of angels, the delight of the Father. What solace then must that soul be filled with, that has the possession of Him to all eternity!
- John Bunyan
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Christ is the sun, and all the watches of our lives should be set by the dial of his motion.
- Thomas Brooks
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Fellowship means among other things that we are ready to receive of Christ from others. Other believers minister Christ to me, and I am ready to receive.
- Watchman Nee
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In his life, Christ is an example, showing us how to live; in his death, he is a sacrifice, satisfying for our sins; in his resurrection, a conqueror; in his ascension, a king; in his intercession, a high priest.
- Martin Luther
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Our religion is not Christianity so much as Christ. Our gospel is the knowledge, not of a system, but the saving knowledge of a personal Savior.
- James H. Aughey
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But herein is the excellency of this Divine Sun, that He illuminates not only the object, but the faculty; doth not only open the mysteries of His kingdom, but opens blind eyes to behold them.
- Robert Leighton
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To see lonely, selfish, empty individuals transformed slowly but surely into warm, loving, wholesome, and happy people is to become aware of why Paul describes Christ as "unsearchable riches."
- Ray C. Stedman
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Christ is never fully valued, until sin is clearly seen. We must know the depth and malignity of our disease, in order to appreciate the great Physician.
- J. C. Ryle
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The Lord Jesus, everything. In himself worse than nothing. By grace, in Christ, the son of the King.
- George Mueller
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We must never forget that Christ did not suffer just during His three years of public ministry or the last few days of His life when He was crucified. No, He suffered throughout His life on earth. He who was without sin lived daily with the corruption and sinfulness of lost humanity.
- A. B. Simpson
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Christ wrought out His perfect obedience as a man, through temptation, and by suffering.
- Alexander MacLaren
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The freshness of heart in Christ was always the same. You and I get so weary in our experience of the wilderness, but Christ's heart is never wearied, it is as freshly set on the bride as when God chose us in Him before the foundation of the world.
- G.V. Wigram
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Live in Christ, live in Christ, and the flesh need not fear death.
- Assorted Authors
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Without Christ, not one step; with Him, anywhere!
- David Livingstone
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Christ wrought out His perfect obedience as a man, through temptation, and by suffering.
- Alexander MacLaren
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Be good; keep your feet dry, your eyes open, your heart at peace and your soul in the joy of Christ.
- Thomas Merton
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On the head of Christ are many crowns. He wears the crown of victory; He wears the crown of sovereignty; He wears the crown of creation; He wears the crown of providence; He wears the crown of grace; He wears the crown of glory - for every one of His glorified people owes his honor, happiness and blessedness to Him.
- James H. Aughey
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It is a destructive addition to add anything to Christ.
- Richard Sibbes
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Christ's life outwardly was one of the most troubled lives that was ever lived: tempest and tumult, tumult and tempest, the waves breaking over it all the time. But the inner life was a sea of glass. The great calm was always there.
- Henry Drummond
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The cross stands for definite realities which embody and express the leading characteristics of Christ's agony.
- A. W. Pink
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Christ never said much in mere words about the Christian graces. He lived them, He was them. Yet we do not merely copy Him. We learn His art by living with Him.
- Henry Drummond
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He [Christ] foresees all the ambushes of Satan, searches into his intention, understands his strategies, and is as ready to speak to the Father for us, as He was to turn back and look Peter into a recovery at the crowing of the cock.
- Stephen Charnock
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Christ is the breathing forth of the heart, life and spirit of God into all the dead race of Adam. He is the seeker, the finder, the restorer of all that, from Cain to the end of time, was lost and dead to the life of God. He is the love that prays for all its murderers; the love that willingly suffers and dies among thieves, that thieves may have a life with him in Paradise; the love that visits publicans, harlots and sinners, and wants and seeks to forgive where most is to be forgiven.
- William Law
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Christ rises above all things.
- A. B. Simpson
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In religion our only hope is to live a life good enough to require God to bless us, so every instance of sin and repentance is therefore traumatic, unnatural and threatening. Only under great duress do religious people admit they have sinned, because their only hope is their moral goodness. In the Gospel the knowledge of our acceptance in Christ makes it easier to admit that we are flawed, because we know we won't be cast off if we confess the true depths of our sinfulness. Our hope is in Christ's righteousness, not our own, so it is not as traumatic to admit our weaknesses and lapses.
- Tim Keller
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Christ counts it his honor, that he is a king of a willing people, and not of slaves.
- William Gurnall
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If we then let the words of Christ abide in us, they will stir us up in prayer.
- R.A. Torrey
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In Christ alone, and His payment of the penalty for our sins upon the Cross, we find reconciliation to God and ultimate meaning and purpose.
- Dave Hunt
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The love I bear Christ is but a faint and feeble spark, but it is an emanation from himself: He kindled it and he keeps it alive; and because it is his work, I trust many waters shall not quench it.
- John Newton
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It is either all of Christ or none of Christ! I believe we need to preach again a whole Christ to the world - a Christ who does not need our apologies, a Christ who will not be divided, a Christ who will either be Lord of all or will not be Lord at all!
- A. W. Tozer
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If, then, you are looking for the way by which you should go, take Christ, because He Himself is the way.
- Thomas Aquinas
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A man can accept what Christ has done without knowing how it works: indeed, he certainly would not know how it works until he has accepted it.
- C.S. Lewis
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It seems to me, as time goes on, that the only thing that is worth seeking for is to know and to be known by Christ -- a privilege open alone to the childlike, who, with receptivity, guilelessness, and humility, move Godward.
- Charles H. Brent
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Will power does not change men. Time does not change men. Christ does.
- Henry Drummond
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In the maxims of the law, God is seen as the rewarder of perfect righteousness and the avenger of sin. But in Christ, His face shines out, full of grace and gentleness to poor, unworthy sinners.
- John Calvin
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Make Christ your most constant companion. Be more under His influence than under any other influence. Ten minutes spent in His society every day, ay, two minutes if it be face to face, and heart to heart, will make the whole day different. Every character has an inward spring, let Christ be it. Every action has a key-note, let Christ set it.
- Henry Drummond
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To encounter Christ is to touch reality and experience transcendence. He gives us a sense of self-worth or personal significance, because He assures us of God's love for us. He sets us free from guilt because He died for us and from paralyzing fear because He reigns. He gives meaning to marriage and home, work and leisure, personhood and citizenship.
- John Stott
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It is now agreed as a mere question of anthropology that the universal language of the human soul has always been "I perish with hunger." This is what fits it for Christ. There is grandeur in this cry from the depths which makes its very unhappiness sublime.
- Henry Drummond
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I see Christ's heart yearning over poor sinners--not poor sinners' hearts yearning after Christ.
- G.V. Wigram
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The Bible is the cradle wherein Christ is laid.
- Martin Luther
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Our knowledge of God is paradoxically not of him as the object of our scrutiny, but of ourselves as utterly dependent on his saving and merciful knowledge of us. It is in proportion, as we are known to him that we find our real being and identity in Christ. We know him in and through ourselves in so far as his truth is the source of our being and his merciful love is the very heart of our life and existence.
- Thomas Merton
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