Find precisely the words you need for any occasion with 300 Quotations for Preachers. Selecting a fitting quotation and sharing it with your congregation—a task that can often take hours—will now take you minutes. In this resource you’ll find entries from more than 70 authors and works, including Anselm of Canterbury, Augustine of Hippo, Richard Baxter, Bernard of Clairvaux, John Calvin, G. K. Chesterton, John Chrysostom, Irenaeus of Lyons, Thomas à Kempis, Martin Luther, and more. Share the quotations with professionally designed slides—one to accompany each quotation.
300 Quotations for Preachers:
This collection of 300 quotations is organized by title, theme, and associated Scripture references. Each quotation includes a link to the original resource in your Logos library. And each quotation is just a few clicks away from being part of your sermon or message, edited to conform with modern English and edited to the perfect length for preaching.
In choosing to draw on the deep well of the Christian history, Ritzema has collected wise words which will enrich your church life. Pastors and other leaders who plan Sunday worship will find these a rich resource, particularly if they already are using Logos as they prepare for Sundays.
—James Matichuk (MDiv, Regent College)
“What the Church needs today is not more machinery or better, not new organizations or more and novel methods, but men whom the Holy Ghost can use—men of prayer, men mighty in prayer. The Holy Ghost does not flow through methods, but through men. He does not come on machinery, but on men. He does not anoint plans, but men—men of prayer.” (source)
“You have formed us for yourself, and our hearts are restless till they find rest in you.” (source)
“You have heard what the Lord God, Jesus Christ, the Only Son of God, born of God the Father without any mother, and born of a Virgin mother without any human father, said, ‘I and My Father are One.’ Receive this, believe it in such a way that you may attain to understand it. For faith ought to go before understanding, that understanding may be the reward of faith.” (source)
“Understanding is the reward of faith. Therefore do not seek to understand in order to believe, but believe that you may understand.” (source)
“That death is not to be judged an evil which is the end of a good life; for death becomes evil only by the retribution which follows it. They, then, who are destined to die, need not be careful to inquire what death they are to die, but into what place death will usher them.” (source)
Thomas F. Schultz