“You cannot compensate by sacrifice what you lose through disobedience.” (Edwin Louis Cole)

“Be ready to cut off everything that would hinder, and cast it from you. Be ready and willing to suffer the loss of possessions, of friends, of health—of all things on earth—so you may enter into the kingdom of heaven.” (John Wesley)

“When a prophet is accepted and deified, his message is lost. The prophet is only useful so long as he is stoned as a public nuisance calling us to repentance, disturbing our comfortable routines, breaking our respectable idols, shattering our sacred conventions.” (A. G. Gardiner)

“The function of the (Acts 2) Prophetic has almost invariably been that of recovery… for obvious reasons, the people were not disposed to go the costly way of God’s full purpose, the Prophet was usually an unpopular person.” (T. Austin Sparks)

“Those whom God calls to such a ministry—and a call is essential—must be prepared for a pathway of unpopularity and misunderstanding. ‘You troubler of Israel’ was the way Ahab addressed Elijah.” (Arthur Wallis)

“Whatsoever we have over-loved, idolized, and leaned upon, God has from time to time broken it, and made us to see the vanity.” (John Flavel)

“A Crucified Lord must have a Crucified Bride.” (W.B. Dunkum)

“Saints are made in the furnace of affliction. Great times of trials provide a chance to prove and demonstrate the supernatural!” (J.T. Crane)

“If you will let God clean you up on the inside, you will not be long cleaning up the outside.” (W.B. Dunkum)
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