G. Campbell Morgan Quotes & Wallpapers

G. Campbell Morgan
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You cannot be a man of faith and live in a day. You do not live in a day if you are a man of faith. G. Campbell Morgan

The Jesus that men want to see is not the Jesus they really need to see. G. Campbell Morgan

The Church did the most when the Church was the least like the world. G. Campbell Morgan

Concerning the loved ones who have passed on ... do not try to make me believe that they are doing nothing, merely resting, careless ever. That would imply the condition of Hell, not of Heaven. G. Campbell Morgan

Waiting for God is not laziness. Waiting for God is not the abandonment of effort. Waiting for God means, first, activity under command; second, readiness for any new command that may come; third, the ability to do nothing until the command is given. G. Campbell Morgan

Waiting for God means power to do nothing save under command. This is not lack of power to do anything. Waiting for God needs strength rather than weakness. It is power to do nothing. It is the strength that holds strength in check. It is the strength that prevents the blundering activity which is entirely false and will make true activity impossible when the definite command comes. G. Campbell Morgan

Do not let us imagine that we can take into our fellowship and enlist under one banner men who simply affirm truth about Jesus, unless in their own lives there is an absolute loyalty to the Lord Christ. G. Campbell Morgan

There are hours when the Church must say NO to those who should ask communion with her, in the doing of her work, upon the basis of compromise. G. Campbell Morgan

If you have no opposition in the place you serve, you're serving in the wrong place. G. Campbell Morgan

No one statement wrested from its context is a sufficient warrant for actions that plainly controvert other commands. How excellent a thing it would be if the whole Church of Christ had learned that no law of life may be based upon an isolated text. Every false teacher who has divided the Church, has had, "it is written" on which to hang his doctrine. G. Campbell Morgan

The whole life story of Jesus, on the human side, is the life story of One who lived by faith. G. Campbell Morgan

The reason why men do not look to the Church today is that she has destroyed her own influence by compromise. G. Campbell Morgan

We cannot organize revival, but we can set our sails to catch the wind from Heaven when God chooses to blow upon His people once again G. Campbell Morgan

The Scripture can only be read intelligently by inspired men and women. The value we get from our reading is in direct proportion to the measure in which we are filled with God's Spirit. G. Campbell Morgan

God is always at war with sin G. Campbell Morgan

What we do in the crisis always depends on whether we see the difficulties in the light of God, or God in the shadow of the difficulties. G. Campbell Morgan

"Out, damned spot!" That is the true cry of human nature. That stain cannot be removed without blood and that which is infinitely more, and deeper, and profounder, and more terrible than blood, of which blood is but the symbol - the suffering of Deity. G. Campbell Morgan

How would you like to live with somebody who was everlastingly grieving your heart by his conduct? G. Campbell Morgan

Holiness is not freedom from temptation, but power to overcome temptation. G. Campbell Morgan

The world hates Christian people if they can see God in them. G. Campbell Morgan

To serve the Word is to fulfill the highest function of which man is capable. G. Campbell Morgan

Prayer is life passionately wanting, wishing, desiring God's triumph. G. Campbell Morgan

The supreme thing is worship. The attitude of worship is the attitude of a subject bent before the King... The fundamental thought is that of prostration, of bowing down. G. Campbell Morgan

Oh, how strenuous is life! I know a little of it. Men "ought always to pray, and not to faint." How fierce the battle! I know something of the conflict, but I ought not to faint, because I can pray. G. Campbell Morgan

God has foreordained the works to which He has called you. He has been ahead of you preparing the place to which you are coming and manipulating all the resources of the universe in order that the work you do may be a part of His whole great and gracious work. G. Campbell Morgan

Prayer is life passionately wanting, wishing, desiring God's triumph. Prayer is life striving and toiling everywhere and always for that ultimate victory. G. Campbell Morgan

The purpose of God and the power of God is available for every man. G. Campbell Morgan

Ah, I have kept Him waiting when I ought not, but He has waited even then. Always waiting - so patient with my foolishness, my weakness, my fear. Our fellowship is with God, and fellowship is friendship, and friendship means that partnership which, on His part, is the accommodating of His strength to my weakness. G. Campbell Morgan

Nothing is more needed among preachers today than that we should have the courage to shake ourselves free from the thousand and one trivialities in which we are asked to waste our time and strength, and resolutely return to the apostolic ideal which made necessary the office of the diaconate. We must resolve that we will continue stedfastly in prayer, and in the ministry of the Word. G. Campbell Morgan

To the individual believer indwelt by the Holy Spirit there is granted the direct impression of the Spirit of God on the spirit of man, imparting the knowledge of His will in matters of the smallest and greatest importance. This has to be sought and waited for. G. Campbell Morgan

The prayer life does not consist of perpetual repetition of petitions. The prayer life consists of life that is always upward and onward and Godward G. Campbell Morgan

Those who wait for God are pilgrim souls that have no tie that will hold them when the definite command is issued; no prejudices that will paralyze their effort when in some strange coming of the light they are commanded to take a pathway entirely different to that which was theirs before; having no interests either temporal or eternal, either material or mental or spiritual, that will conflict with the will of God when that will is made known. G. Campbell Morgan

Men ought not to faint because men ought to pray. G. Campbell Morgan

The man who preaches the cross must be a crucified man. G. Campbell Morgan

The supreme need in every hour of difficulty and distress is for a fresh vision of God. Seeing Him, all else takes on proper perspective and proportion. G. Campbell Morgan

The capacity for tears is the last demonstration of greatness. G. Campbell Morgan

If the church is to be missionary, she must be spiritual; and if the church is to be spiritual, she must be missionary. G. Campbell Morgan

When amusement is necessary to get people to listen to the gospel there will be failure. This is not the method of Christ. To form an organization and provide all kinds of entertainment for young people, in order that they may come to the Bible classes, is to be foredoomed to failure. G. Campbell Morgan

A man's concept of God creates his attitude towards the hour in which he lives. G. Campbell Morgan

Man is created for the glory of God. G. Campbell Morgan

There is something infinitely better than doing a great thing for God, and the infinitely better thing is to be where God wants us to be, to do what God wants us to do, and to have no will apart from His. G. Campbell Morgan

Organized Christianity that fails to make a disturbance is dead. G. Campbell Morgan

The man who does as he likes is the greatest slave. The man who never does as he likes is God's free man. G. Campbell Morgan

The Devil's methods of opposition are those of alliance and antagonism, and the only serious one is the first. Let us beware of it. Do not let us imagine that we can take into our fellowship and enlist under one banner men who simply affirm truth about Jesus, unless in their own lives there is an absolute loyalty to the Lord Christ. Antagonism is the creation of force for the kingdom of God. Put a man in prison for Christ's sake, and the earthquake will surely follow, and the work will spread. G. Campbell Morgan

The three essentials for great preaching are: truth, clarity, and passion. G. Campbell Morgan

The year is made up of minutes. Let these be watched as having been dedicated to God. It is in the sanctification of the small that hallowing of the large is secure. G. Campbell Morgan

In the case of man, righteousness is adjustment to God, and an articulation with man based upon that adjustment. Are you a righteous man? Am I a righteous man? Are you righteous? Then, if so, wherein does your righteousness consist? That your whole life is adjusted to God, and is moulded by that adjustment. This is righteousness. G. Campbell Morgan

The severity of the law of God is the necessary sequence of his infinite love. G. Campbell Morgan

To call a man evangelical who is not evangelistic is an utter contradiction. G. Campbell Morgan



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