15 Inspiring Christian Quotes

Inspiring Christian quotes always revolve around Jesus Christ. For only Jesus, the One whom everything was created through – John 1:2, inspires His creation with a depth lasting through the ages.

Inspiring Christian Quotes
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  1. He was Himself forsaken that none of His children might ever need to utter His cry of loneliness. – J. H. Vincent, 1832-1920, American Bishop of the Methodist Episcopal church
  2. He stands alone in unapproachable grandeur. Nineteen centuries roll away, and His character so lives that He inspires millions of men with impassioned love. Other men may seem to be children of their surroundings; He became what He was despite His surroundings, and is the only one who can say in truth and holiness, “Do as I have done.” He, the ideal, the perfect one of our race, appears in an age when such an ideal could not have been developed in act – could not have been conceived in thought. In the theory of development the perfection of humanity is the final result of man’s history ages hence. Christ therefore is the great miracle which more than any other establishes the fact of miracles. Christ Himself is proof of His own miracles. – Reynolds, 19th century
  3. The Lord Jesus Christ would have the whole world to know, that though He pardons sin, He will not protect it. – Joseph Alleine, 19th century
  4. Justification of sin minus the blood does not draw you into God’s presence. Jesus died on the cross, justifying you with His blood for the atonement of your sin; wiping out your death sentence. – Alysa VanderWeerd
  5. A man may go to heaven without health, without riches, without honors, without learning, without friends; but he can never go there without Christ. – John Dyer, 19th century
  6. The sages and heroes of history are receding from us, and history contracts the record of their deeds into a narrow and narrower page. But time has no power over the name and deeds and words of Jesus Christ. – W.E. Channing, 19th century
  7. The most destructive criticism has not been able to dethrone Christ as the incarnation of perfect holiness. The waves of a tossing and restless sea of unbelief break at His feet, and He stands still the supreme model, the inspiration of great souls, the rest of the weary, the fragrance of all Christendom, the one divine flower in the garden of God. – Herrick Johnson, 19th century
  8. It is the grandeur of Christ’s character which constitutes the chief power of His ministry, not His miracles or teachings apart from His character. The greatest truth of the gospel is Christ Himself – a human body become the organ of the Divine nature, and revealing, under the conditions of an earthly life, the glory of God. – Horace Bushnell, 19th century
  9. That image or rather that Person, so human, yet so entirely Divine, has a power to fill the imagination, to arrest the affections, to deepen and purify the conscience, which nothing else in the world has. – J.C. Shairp, 19th century
  10. Rejoice in Christ Jesus, for in Him you are complete. His righteousness is over you, His strong arm is around you; and he who puts his soul in Christ’s keeping shall never perish nor come into condemnation. This is a safe place to rest in. “Who shall separate us from the love of Christ?” – James Hamilton, 19th century
  11. The strength of Jesus Christ is witnessed in His demeanor under trial. – Alysa VanderWeerd, Mountaintop Mornings, 2018
  12. Unless you live in Christ, you are dead to God. – Rowland Hill, 19th century
  13. All nourishment in the house comes from Jesus Christ. – Alysa VanderWeerd, Mountaintop Mornings, 2018
  14. Christ’s method is divine. His words have the charm of antiquity with the freshness of yesterday; the simplicity of a child with the wisdom of a God; the softness of kisses from the lip of love, and the force of the lightning rending the tower. His parables are like groups of matchless statuary; His prayers like an organ peal floating round the world and down the ages, echoed by the mountain-peaks and plains into rich and varied melody, in which all devout hearts find their noblest feelings at once expressed, sustained, refined. His truths are self-evidencing. They fall into the soul as seed into the ground, to rest and germinate. He speaks, and all nature and life become vocal with theology. – Edward Thomson, 19th century
  15. You never get to the end of Christ’s words. There is something in them always behind. They pass into proverbs – they pass into laws – they pass into doctrines – they pass into consolations; but they never pass away, and, after all the use that is made of them, they are still not exhausted. – Dean Stanley, 19th century

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