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Ortlund's Sayings By Anne Ortlund: In my heart I do have a fear...I long to grow more godly with each In my heart I do have a fear...I long to grow more godly with each passing day. Call it "the fear of the Lord," being in awe of Him and scared to death of any sin that would mar my life. — Anne Ortlund
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Ortlund's Sayings By Jani Ortlund: I believe that a godly home is a foretaste of heaven. Our homes, imperfect as I believe that a godly home is a foretaste of heaven. Our homes, imperfect as they are, must be a haven from the chaos outside. They should be a reflection of our eternal home, where troubled souls find peace, weary hearts find rest, hungry bodies find refreshment, lonely pilgrims find communion, and wounded spirits find compassion. — Jani Ortlund
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Ortlund's Sayings By Jani Ortlund: When we mother well, we teach our children to embrace the moral obligations that build When we mother well, we teach our children to embrace the moral obligations that build solid relationships, healthy marriages, and secure families. — Jani Ortlund
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Ortlund's Sayings By Raymond C. Ortlund Jr.: A church can offer living and palpable proof that the gospel makes a real difference A church can offer living and palpable proof that the gospel makes a real difference for real people living in the real world. — Raymond C. Ortlund Jr.
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Ortlund's Sayings By Anne Ortlund: Lift up your eyes. The heavenly Father waits to bless you - in inconceivable ways Lift up your eyes. The heavenly Father waits to bless you - in inconceivable ways to make your life what you never dreamed it could be. — Anne Ortlund
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Ortlund's Sayings By Jani Ortlund: Anything of worth is costly: devotion to Christ, a strong marriage, financial responsibility, a life Anything of worth is costly: devotion to Christ, a strong marriage, financial responsibility, a life of integrity, and of course, fearlessly feminine mothering. — Jani Ortlund
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Ortlund's Sayings By Jani Ortlund: I thought that teaching twenty-eight energetic and needy children how to read had to be I thought that teaching twenty-eight energetic and needy children how to read had to be the hardest job on earth. I was wrong - mothering was. Now I had to give up my right to sleep when I needed it, to a meal without interruptions, to relaxation when I wanted it, and most importantly, my right to withdraw when I felt overwhelmed. — Jani Ortlund
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Ortlund's Sayings By Anne Ortlund: Day by day, morning by morning, begin your walk with Him in the calm trust Day by day, morning by morning, begin your walk with Him in the calm trust that God is at work in everything ... It is your personal business, as a discipline of your heart, to learn to be peaceful and safe in God in every situation ... Remember, friend, where your real living is going on. In your thinking, in your reacting, in your heart of hearts - here is where your walk with God begins and continues. So when you start to move into trusting Him, stay there. Don't wander out again into worry and doubt! — Anne Ortlund
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Ortlund's Sayings By Anne Ortlund: But remember, for all your adult life you'll be a woman. And how you live But remember, for all your adult life you'll be a woman. And how you live your life as a woman, all by yourself before God, is what makes the real you. Nothing on the exterior can touch or change that precious inner sanctuary
your heart, His dwelling place
unless you let it. And God, who loves you very much, has tailor made all your outer life
your circumstances, your relationships
to pressure you into becoming that beautiful woman He's planned for you to be. — Anne Ortlund
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Ortlund's Sayings By Jack Wild: I look at what I've gone through in my career and I really shouldn't be I look at what I've gone through in my career and I really shouldn't be talking to you now. I should be dead ten times over. — Jack Wild
Ortlund's Sayings By Raymond C. Ortlund Jr.: When the doctrine is clear and the culture is beautiful, that church will be powerful. When the doctrine is clear and the culture is beautiful, that church will be powerful. But there are no shortcuts to getting there. Without the doctrine, the culture will be weak. Without the culture, the doctrine will seem pointless. — Raymond C. Ortlund Jr.
Ortlund's Sayings By John Shelby Spong: Perhaps the most telling witness against the claim of accurate history for the Bible comes Perhaps the most telling witness against the claim of accurate history for the Bible comes when we read the earliest narrative of the crucifixion found in Mark's gospel and discover that it is not based on eyewitness testimony at all. — John Shelby Spong
Ortlund's Sayings By Dane C. Ortlund: To become a Christian is to become alive to beauty. To become a Christian is to become alive to beauty. — Dane C. Ortlund
Ortlund's Sayings By Natalie Massenet: I've taken the love of fashion from my mother, and journalism from my father. I've taken the love of fashion from my mother, and journalism from my father. — Natalie Massenet
Ortlund's Sayings By Jared C. Wilson: Or as my friend Ray Ortlund has been known to say, "In Acts, they preached Or as my friend Ray Ortlund has been known to say, "In Acts, they preached and awe came down. You can't put that in your worship order. 10 a.m.: awe comes down. — Jared C. Wilson
Ortlund's Sayings By Steven Millhauser: For what is genius, I ask you, but the capacity to be obsessed? ... We For what is genius, I ask you, but the capacity to be obsessed? ... We have all been geniuses, you and I; but sooner or later it is beaten out of us, the glory faded, and by the age of seven most of us are nothing but wretched little adults. — Steven Millhauser
Ortlund's Sayings By Raymond C. Ortlund Jr.: The most remarkable thing about marriage today is not that it can be troubled but The most remarkable thing about marriage today is not that it can be troubled but that we still have this privilege at all. When God justly expelled us from the garden of Eden, he did not take this gift back. He let us keep his priceless gift, though we sometimes misuse it. But what every married couple needs to know is that their marriage is a remnant of Eden. This is why every marriage is worth working at, worth fighting for. A marriage filled with hope in God is nothing less than an afterglow of the garden of Eden, radiant with hope until perfection is finally restored. — Raymond C. Ortlund Jr.
Ortlund's Sayings By Raymond C. Ortlund Jr.: Here then are the choices we all face moment by moment: Will we aim to Here then are the choices we all face moment by moment: Will we aim to be impressive? Will we expect to be in complete control? Will we ensure that we always come out on top as winners? Or will we be happy for the power of Christ to rest upon us in our endless weakness? 'No man can give at once the impressions that he himself is clever and that Jesus Christ is mighty to save.' Neither can any church. — Raymond C. Ortlund Jr.
Ortlund's Sayings By Raymond C. Ortlund Jr.: Adam's role was to assert and enjoy his sovereignty under God, cultivating the garden into Adam's role was to assert and enjoy his sovereignty under God, cultivating the garden into an expanding paradise and protecting it from all harm. — Raymond C. Ortlund Jr.
Ortlund's Sayings By Raymond C. Ortlund Jr.: The confinement she feels is spreading, becoming intolerable, because in a hostile mind limitations grow The confinement she feels is spreading, becoming intolerable, because in a hostile mind limitations grow to a maddening degree. Moreover, God had strongly warned, "You shall surely die." But the woman now softens it to ". . . lest you die." Now that her view of the consequences is less alarming, Satan springs on that very point: — Raymond C. Ortlund Jr.
Ortlund's Sayings By Anne Ortlund: It's not your circumstances that shape you, it's how you react to your circumstances. It's not your circumstances that shape you, it's how you react to your circumstances. — Anne Ortlund
Ortlund's Sayings By Raymond C. Ortlund Jr.: Covenant community, the hand of God will write Covenant community, the hand of God will write — Raymond C. Ortlund Jr.
Ortlund's Sayings By Raymond C. Ortlund Jr.: Isn't it interesting how in Christmas cards and on public displays we often see the Isn't it interesting how in Christmas cards and on public displays we often see the words, "Peace on earth, good will toward men"? But how seldom do we see the prior words, "Glory to God in the highest"! But there is no peace, there is no good will, unless there is glory to God in the highest first. We forget to put God's glory first. Fortunately, he does not. God will be glorified — Raymond C. Ortlund Jr.
Ortlund's Sayings By Steven Redhead: Life can be how you choose or are governed by fate. Life can be how you choose or are governed by fate. — Steven Redhead
Ortlund's Sayings By Stephen King: Lover, she whispers, and closes her eyes.It falls upon her.Love is like dying. Lover, she whispers, and closes her eyes.
It falls upon her.
Love is like dying. — Stephen King
Ortlund's Sayings By Craig Brown: Over the years, the idea seems to have grown up that brightly coloured flowers are Over the years, the idea seems to have grown up that brightly coloured flowers are vulgar, and that the only flowers to be admitted to the walled garden of good taste are discreet and pastel-hued. — Craig Brown
Ortlund's Sayings By Charles Haddon Spurgeon: Our faith is a person; the gospel that we have to preach is a person; Our faith is a person; the gospel that we have to preach is a person; and go wherever we may, we have something solid and tangible to preach, for our gospel is a person. If you had asked the twelve Apostles in their day, 'What do you believe in?' they would not have stopped to go round about with a long sermon, but they would have pointed to their Master and they would have said, 'We believe him.' 'But what are your doctrines?' 'There they stand incarnate.' 'But what is your practice?' 'There stands our practice. He is our example.' 'What then do you believe?' Hear the glorious answer of the Apostle Paul, 'We preach Christ crucified.' Our creed, our body of divinity, our whole theology is summed up in the person of Christ Jesus." (Ray Ortlund blog, Christ Is Deeper Still) — Charles Haddon Spurgeon
Ortlund's Sayings By Raymond C. Ortlund Jr.: The need of our times is nothing less than the re-Christianization of our churches, according The need of our times is nothing less than the re-Christianization of our churches, according to the gospel alone, in both doctrine and culture, by Christ himself — Raymond C. Ortlund Jr.
Ortlund's Sayings By George Orwell: Mysteriously escaped and disappeared. The programmes Mysteriously escaped and disappeared. The programmes — George Orwell
Ortlund's Sayings By Jared C. Wilson: The gradual dawn of gospel wakefulness is occurring for you as the Spirit brings your The gradual dawn of gospel wakefulness is occurring for you as the Spirit brings your sin to mind, pours more grace upon you, and bears more fruit of good character and good works in you. To this end, then, you should read the gospel, listen to the gospel, sing the gospel, write the gospel, share the gospel, and preach the gospel, all the while asking God to administer its power more and more to your life. Situate yourself constantly in the crosshairs of the gospel. You cannot "Behold!" it if you aren't looking. As my friend Ray Ortlund has been known to say, "Stare at the glory of God until you see it."7 — Jared C. Wilson
Ortlund's Sayings By Natalie Dormer: When girls bully, it's very subtle, and you can't define it. At least with boys, When girls bully, it's very subtle, and you can't define it. At least with boys, the bullying is usually explicit, and you can deal with it. It's psychological with girls. — Natalie Dormer
Ortlund's Sayings By Graeme Goldsworthy: The strength of Ray Ortlund's study of Proverbs is its Christ-centeredness. The wisdom of Proverbs The strength of Ray Ortlund's study of Proverbs is its Christ-centeredness. The wisdom of Proverbs loses none of its practical value, but rather is given its ultimate fulfillment as an expression of the wisdom of Christ. — Graeme Goldsworthy
Ortlund's Sayings By Anne Ortlund: Quiet is a blessed gift. In this frantic world how we must cherish every moment Quiet is a blessed gift. In this frantic world how we must cherish every moment of it, and carve it out for ourselves every chance we get. — Anne Ortlund
Ortlund's Sayings By John Buchan: He disliked emotion, not because he felt lightly, but because he felt deeply. He disliked emotion, not because he felt lightly, but because he felt deeply. — John Buchan
Ortlund's Sayings By Jerome K. Jerome: Nature was beautiful, even in her tears Nature was beautiful, even in her tears — Jerome K. Jerome
Ortlund's Sayings By Fulke Greville, 1st Baron Brooke: Fire and people do in this agree,They both good servants, both ill masters be. Fire and people do in this agree,They both good servants, both ill masters be. — Fulke Greville, 1st Baron Brooke
Ortlund's Sayings By Sachin Tendulkar: And that is the reason why this victory is great, because different players have made And that is the reason why this victory is great, because different players have made contributions to the win. — Sachin Tendulkar