Ray Pritchard’s Blog (404)
Remember that two letter word that starts with N and ends with O. It can get you out of trouble and save you from enormous heartache.
Dear Praying Friends, Will you “walk across the room”? Recently we met some friends who told us that during a Sunday School class, they were challenged to “walk across the room,” which meant taking a chance to share Jesus with others. Here’s what happened next: Shortly afterwards, my husband looked out the window of our […]
The next time you are feeling a little puffed up about all the great things you have done, and you are about to break your arm patting yourself on the back, remember the turtle on the fence post. You didn’t crawl to the top by yourself. Somebody had to put you there.
If we are rich and successful, if we are famous and blessed with worldly acclaim, if we are regarded as the best and the brightest, if we are quoted and feted and praised by all men, it will all count for nothing if we fail to pass the baton of faith along to the next […]
Here’s the video of How Many Will Be Saved?, the message I preached yesterday at the First Baptist Church of Dallas.
“Collapse in the Christian life is seldom a blowout. It is usually a slow leak.” Paul Little
“Stand up, stand up for Jesus, the strife will not be long; this day the noise of battle, the next the victor’s song.” George Duffield
“O Lord, change the world. Begin, I pray thee, with me.” Chinese prayer
In 1839 two men from the London Missionary Society landed in the New Hebrides, a chain of eighty islands in the South Pacific. Those two missionaries were killed and eaten by cannibals in November of that year. Eventually other missionaries came and the gospel began to take root on some of the islands. Nineteen years […]
“When we take sides with God, God takes sides with us.” R. W. Dale
Let it be said of all of us that we only did what had to be done. That we did not go looking for trouble, but when forced to make a choice, we chose to obey God rather than man.
“I heard the voice of Jesus say, ‘Come unto Me and rest; Lay down, thou weary one, lay down Thy head upon My breast.’ I came to Jesus as I was, weary and worn and sad; I found in Him a resting place, and He has made me glad.” Horatius Bonar, 1846
“A saint is a person who makes it easy to believe in Jesus.” Ruth Bell Graham
I would rather be on the wrong side of history than on the wrong side of truth.
If you’re going to be a Christian, be one!
“There is an urgent need for discernment among Christians. We are often too gullible, and exhibit a naive readiness to credit messages and teachings which purport to come from the spirit world. There is such a thing, however, as a misguided charity and tolerance towards false doctrine.” John Stott
“There is no pit so deep that the love of God is not deeper still.” Corrie Ten Boom
Who looks worse? Peter who sank because he took eyes off Jesus or the 11 other guys who never got out of the boat in the first place?
“I’m as sure of heaven as if I’d already been there 10,000 years.” Jack Wyrtzen
If you can’t be thankful for what you have received, be thankful for what you have escaped.
“Give tongues of fire and hearts of love To preach the reconciling word; Give pow’r and unction from above, Whene’er the joyful sound is heard.” James Montgomery, 1823
“Every one says forgiveness is a lovely idea, until they have something to forgive.” C. S. Lewis
“Faith is believing in advance what will only make sense in reverse.” Philip Yancey
“Peace is not the absence of trouble, but the presence of God.” Oswald Sanders
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