Thomas Brooks Quotes

Thomas Brooks Quotes: It is our wisest and our safest course to stand at the farthest distance from sin; not to go near the house of the harlot, but to fly from all appearance of evil (Prov. 5:8, I Thess. 5:22). The best course to prevent falling into the pit is to keep at the greatest distance; he that will be so bold as to attempt to dance upon the brink of the pit, may find by woeful experience that it is a righteous thing with God that he should fall into the pit.
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Thomas Brooks Quote: What is honor, and riches, and the favor of creatures - so long as I lack the favor of God, the pardon of my sins, a saving interest in Christ, and the hope of glory! O Lord, give me these, or I die! Give me these, or else I shall eternally die!
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Quotes about Thomas Brooks: A man full of hope will be full of action.
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Quote about Thomas Brooks: Consider that the trials and troubles, the calamities and miseries, the crosses and losses that you meet with in this world, are all the hell that ever you shall have.
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Thomas Brooks Sayings: He who lives up to a little light shall have more light; he who lives up to a little knowledge shall have more knowledge; he who lives up to a little faith shall have more faith, and he who lives up to a little love shall have more love. Verily the main reason why men are such babes and shrubs in grace is because they do not live up their attainments.
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Thomas Brooks Saying: A man's most glorious actions will at last be found to be but glorious sins, if he hath made himself, and not the glory of God, the end of those actions.
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Sayings about Thomas Brooks: Afflictions are but as a dark entry into our Father's house.
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Saying about Thomas Brooks: A family without prayer is like a house without a roof, open and exposed to all the storms of heaven.
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