Leonard Ravenhill Quotes

Posted: September 21, 2011 by revivalbiblestudy315 in Leonard Ravenhill, Quotes, Hymns, & Poems, Revival
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“Jesus didn’t come into the world to make bad men good, He came to make dead men live.”

“Entertainment is the devils substitute for joy.”

“My ambition in life is to be on the devils most wanted list.”

“No man is greater than his prayer life. The pastor who is not praying is playing; the people who are not praying are straying. The pulpit can be a shop window to display one’s talents; the prayer closet allows no showing off.”

“When there’s something in the Bible that churches don’t like, they call it legalism.”

“The only reason we don’t have revival is because we are willing to live without it!”

“A sinning man stops praying, a praying man stops sinning.”

“Are the things you are living for worth Christ dying for?”

“No man- I don’t care how colossal his intellect- No man is greater than his prayer life.”

“Better for you to have one sleepless night on earth than millions in hell.”

“A man who is intimate with God will never be intimidated by men.”

“Men give advice; God gives guidance.”

“A man may study because his brain is hungry for knowledge, even Bible knowledge. But he prays because his soul is hungry for God.”

“If weak in prayer, we are weak everywhere.”

“Today’s church wants to be raptured from responsibility.”

“The early church was married to poverty, prisons, and persecutions. Today, the church is married to prosperity, personality, and popularity.”

“No man is smart who knows everything there is to know, but doesn’t know the Word of God. And no man is dumb, who knows the Word of God and nothing else.”


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