He Said What?

Especially should ministers of the gospel search their own hearts and look deep into their inner motives.  No man is worthy to succeed until he is willing to fail.  No man is morally worthy of success in religious activities until he is willing that the honor of succeeding should go to another if God so wills.” -A.W. Tozer

Lord, deliver us from pride. For Jesus’ sake, Amen.



1 Response to “He Said What?”

  1. 1 Benjer McVeigh November 5, 2010 at 2:24 am

    Love this quote. Before I preach, I pray during worship, “God, may I be made to be foolish so that you may be seen to be wise.” I do this because no matter what, prideful and self-glorifying thoughts always enter my brain, and it’s a hinderance to preaching faithfully. Thanks for this great blog!

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