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Archive for April 30th, 2009

God Loves You – True!

 

The devil hates you – equally true!            

– eab, 4/30/09

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This afternoon it rained,

And the drops that settled dust,

As far as I could tell, fell alike;

On the righteous and the unjust.

The clouds let it down,

On the wise man and the clown.

A just God.           -eab, 4/68              

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The sanctified are new creatures…They stand at the threshold of limitless possibilities in character building & development.

                – T. M. Anderson, After Sanctification (KC: Beacon Hill Press, 1929), 13.               

 

Holiness is not an acid…Respect for the opinions of others is not a compromise of holiness

                – T. M. Anderson, After Sanctification (KC: Beacon Hill Press, 1929), 23.               

 

To know what holiness has not done, and knowing this, be governed by these facts without becoming unsettled when these limitations are en-countered and felt, will make for happiness and contentment in a holy life.

                – T. M. Anderson, After Sanctification (KC: Beacon Hill Press, 1929), 28.               

 

A tender conscience is necessary, but not one that feels offense if one laughs…Holiness is the happy way between an evil conscience and fanaticism.

                – T. M. Anderson, After Sanctification (KC: Beacon Hill Press, 1929), 30.

               

If the devil cannot pull one back into sin, he will push him across the line into fanaticism and grievous errors.

                – T. M. Anderson, After Sanctification (KC: Beacon Hill Press, 1929), 33.               

 

By a ministry of prayer we mean utilizing the promises of God in behalf of others through intercession.

                – T. M. Anderson, After Sanctification (KC: Beacon Hill Press, 1929), 39.               

 

Self-preservation is the first law of the nature of the sanctified.

                – T. M. Anderson, After Sanctification (KC: Beacon Hill Press, 1929), 42.               

 

All sanctified persons have found they have wandering thoughts in prayer.  This is due to the lack of mental control and concentration.

                – T. M. Anderson, After Sanctification (KC: Beacon Hill Press, 1929), 52.               

 

Christian love is sacrificial.  Carnal love is selfish.  The former gives all.  The latter takes all.

                – T. M. Anderson, After Sanctification (KC: Beacon Hill Press, 1929), 55.               

 

T (Tony) M Anderson was born this date (4/30/1888) in Westport, Kentucky, USA.

 

 

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