7 Revitalizing Quotes on Our Personal Relationship with God

Christians constantly need to be refreshed in the amazing grace they live beneath. As we get yanked into busyness and to-do lists, we have tendencies to make light of the redemptive gift purchased on the cross. Here are seven quotes specifically chosen to revitalize your intimate connection with God:


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“Faith is the gaze of a soul upon a saving God.” —A.W. Tozer


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“Some people think God does not like to be troubled with our constant coming and asking. The way to trouble God is not to come at all.” —D.L. Moody


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“A rule I have had for years is to treat the Lord Jesus Christ as a personal friend. It is not a creed, a mere empty doctrine, but it is Christ Himself we have.” —D.L. Moody


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” . . . the chief end of man is to glorify God by enjoying Him forever.” —John Piper


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“Occasionally God rips aside the veil, and you begin to see this very fact: All things happen for you. All things. Everything is knit together.” —Tim Keller


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“You don’t give God authority over your life. He has it, totally.” —John Piper


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“All places are places of worship to a Christian. Wherever he is, he ought to be in a worshiping frame of mind.” —Charles Spurgeon

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  1. says


    I really appreciate you guys and all you have given us in Logos. Have you ever thought about quoting Bill Johnson? He’s amazing and loved by man in the body of Christ.

  2. says

    Actually, Piper specifies that it is BY enjoying Him forever that we glorify God. I think the Westminster Catechism makes a powerful statement about why we're here in the first place, but Piper's modification, I believe, is more Biblically accurate.

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