Edward Mckendree Bounds Sayings and Quotes

Below you will find our collection of inspirational, wise, and humorous old edward mckendree bounds quotes, edward mckendree bounds sayings, and edward mckendree bounds proverbs, collected over the years from a variety of sources.


Safety is in Heaven. Put your values there only; put your heart there. No tears are there to flood your heart, no sorrows there to break it, no losses there to grieve and embitter.     

Edward Mckendree Bounds

Heaven is too busy to listen to half hearted prayers or to respond to pop calls.     

Edward Mckendree Bounds

Prayer breaks all bars, dissolves all chains, opens all prisons, and widens all straits by which God's saints have been held.     

Edward Mckendree Bounds

Prayer is the easiest and hardest of all things; the simplest and the sublimest; the weakest and the most powerful; its results lie outside the range of human possibilities they are limited only by the omnipotence of God.     

Edward Mckendree Bounds

Prayer is no fitful, short-lived thing. It is no voice crying unheard and unheeded in the silence. It is a voice which goes into God's ear, and it lives as long as God's ear is open to holy pleas, as long as God's heart is alive to holy things.     

Edward Mckendree Bounds

The resurrection of Jesus Christ was necessary to establish the truth of his mission and put the stamp of all-conquering power on his gospel.     

Edward Mckendree Bounds

The character as well as the fortunes of the gospel is committed to the preacher. He makes or mars the message from God to man. The preacher is the golden pipe through which the divine oil flows.     

Edward Mckendree Bounds

The preachers who gain mighty results for God are the men who have prevailed in their pleadings with God ere venturing to plead with men.     

Edward Mckendree Bounds

The preacher's sharpest and strongest preaching should be to himself. His most difficult, delicate, laborious, and thorough work must be with himself.     

Edward Mckendree Bounds

The life-giving preacher is a man of God, whose heart is ever athirst for God, whose soul is ever following hard after God, whose eye is single to God, and in whom by the power of God's Spirit the flesh and the world have been crucified, and his ministry is like the generous flood of a life-giving river.     

Edward Mckendree Bounds

Apostolic preaching cannot be carried on unless there be apostolic prayer. Men of God, before anything else, are indispensable to the furtherance of the kingdom of God on earth.     

Edward Mckendree Bounds

The Scriptures bear ample and continuous evidence that the faith of the resurrection of the body lies in the faith that Jesus Christ died and rose again.     

Edward Mckendree Bounds

The Scriptures bear ample and continuous evidence that the faith of the resurrection of the body lies in the faith that Jesus Christ died and rose again.     

Edward Mckendree Bounds

Bread for today is bread enough.     

Edward Mckendree Bounds

In all God's plans for human redemption, He proposes that men pray. The men are to pray in every place, in the church, in the closet, in the home, on sacred days and on secular days.     

Edward Mckendree Bounds

Holy living is essential preparation for prayer.     

Edward Mckendree Bounds

It must never be forgotten that Almighty God rules this world. He is not an absentee God.     

Edward Mckendree Bounds