American Methodist Pastor featured on National Radio Pulpit program
When the dictators and the opportunists are gone, the cross will still stand before us and something in us will say, 'That is the real thing.'
A true lover always feels in debt to the one he loves.
In all living there is a certain narrowness of application which leads to breadth and power. We have to concentrate on a thing in order to master it. Then we must be broad enough not to be narrowed by our specialties.
Let us not bankrupt our todays by paying interest on the regrets of yesterday and by borrowing in advance the troubles of tomorrow.
Love is the outreach of self toward completion.
The roads of life are strewn with the wreckage of run-down and half-finished loves.
True humility is intelligent self-respect which keeps us from thinking too highly or too meanly of ourselves. It makes us modest by reminding us how far we have come short of what we can be.
Whatever the right hand findeth to do, the left hand carries a watch on its wrist to show how long it takes to do it.
When the congregation becomes the norm by which sermons are measured, a minister has put a mortgage on his soul.
A service of worship is primarily a service to God. When we realize this and act upon it, we make it a service to men.
What makes greatness is starting something that lives after you.
Aspiration shows us the goal and the distance to it; inspiration encourages with a view to how far we have come. Aspiration gives us the map of the journey; inspiration furnishes the music to keep us marching.