Extracts From Different Authors

LET the Lord have the flower of your age; the best sacrifice is due to Him.
GIVE Christ your virgin love; you cannot put your love and heart into a better hand. Oh, if ye knew Him, and saw His beauty, your love, your heart, your desires, would close with Him, and cleave to Him.
IT were my heaven till I come home, even to spend this life in gathering in some to Christ.
TAKE as many to heaven with you as ye are able to draw. The more ye draw with you, ye shall be the more welcome yourself.
THE Name of Jesus is a ladder, reaching from earth to heaven, so perfectly constructed that a child in grace may ascend by it without the least danger of falling.
CHRIST is the only light by which a man can see to read his Bible aright.
TRUTH is like the finest gold: burn it as long as you will, you cannot reduce its weight.
“WE see Jesus," wrote Paul (Heb. 2:99But we see Jesus, who was made a little lower than the angels for the suffering of death, crowned with glory and honor; that he by the grace of God should taste death for every man. (Hebrews 2:9)), as if his eye beheld Him, "crowned with glory and honor." Himself seen anywhere causes all else connected with man to drop into a secondary place.
NOTHING, I believe, is known by us aright until its connection with the cross of Christ in God's mind is known. His cross may well make us count, and act towards the whole world, as towards a crucified, put-to-open-shame thing, by its having crucified Him.
IT is truth—a Man in glory in heaven is a truth dear to the heart and mind of God.
THAT which was pure, separate, and lovely in human nature was in Jesus under all its sorrows, but in all its excellence, and excellent in its sorrows.
HE was though despised and rejected of men, the perfection of human nature.
ALL was in perfect subjection to God in His humanity, and had its place, and did exactly its service.