Christ - the one great word Well worth all languages in earth or Heaven. BAILEY: Festus, Sc. Heaven.
Christ and His cross are not separable in this life, howbeit Christ and His cross part at heaven's door, for there is no house-room for crosses in heaven. One tear, one sigh, one sad heart, one fear, one loss, one thought of trouble cannot find lodging there. Rutherford
Christ bounds and terminates the vast desires of the soul; He is the very Sabbath of the soul. John Flavel
Christ came to give us a justifying righteousness, and He also came to make us holy - not chiefly for the purpose of evidencing here our possession of a justifying righteousness - but for the purpose of forming and fitting us for a blessed eternity. Chalmers
Christ doesn't pay every Friday evening.
Christ endured and told us to.
Christ er det navn, som lykke er til god havn.
Christ hat vns gefreit vor allem leid.
Christ hath arisen! O mountain peaks, attest - Witness, resounding glen and torrent wave! The immortal courage in the human breast Sprung from that victory - tell how oft the brave To camp 'midst rock and cave, Nerved by those words, their struggling faith have borne, Planting the cross on high above the clouds of morn! Mrs. Hemans
Christ is known only by them that receive Him into their love, their faith, their deep want; known only as He is enshrined within, felt as a divine force, breathed in the inspirations of the secret life. Horace Bushnell
Christ is powerful, but more powerful is destiny.
Christ is redemption only as He actually redeems and delivers our nature from sin. If He is not the law and spring of a new spirit of life, He is nothing. 'As many as are led by the Spirit of God, they are the sons of God,' - as many, no more. Horace Bushnell
Christ is the Good Physician. There is no disease He cannot heal; no sin He cannot remove; no trouble He cannot help. He is the Balm of Gilead, the Great Physician who has never yet failed to heal all the spiritual maladies of every soul that has come unto Him in faith and prayer. Aughey
Christ is the great burden bearer - the Lamb of God who beareth the sin of the world; but in order to enjoy the benefit of His interposition, I must distinctly and for myself take advantage of it. Conscious of my lost estate, I must seek a personal share in the common salvation. James Hamilton
Christ ist ein gemein gut.
Christ leads me through no darker rooms Than He went through before. Richard Baxter
Christ pitied because He loved, because He saw through all the wretchedness, and darkness, and bondage of evil; that there was in every human soul a possibility of repentance, of restoration; a germ of good, which, however stifled and overlaid, yet was capable of recovery, of health, of freedom, of perfection. Dean Stanley
Christ puts Himself at the head of the mystic march of the generations; and, like the mysterious angel that Joshua saw in the plain by Jericho, makes the lofty claim, 'Nay, but as the captain of the Lord's host am I come up. Alexander Maclaren
Christ sein und ohne Ursach gehasset werden, gehört zusammen. Heinrich von Schubert, Altes und Neues aus dem Gebiete der Seelenkunde, Leipzig 1851
Christ wants to lead men by their love, their personal love to Him, and the confidence of His personal love to them. Horace Bushnell
Christ was either the grandest, guiltiest of impostors, by a marvelous and most subtle refinement of wickedness, or He was God manifest in the flesh. Herrick Johnson
Christ was the first true democrat that ever breathed, as the old dramatist Dekkar said he was the first true gentleman. Lowell
Christ wrought out His perfect obedience as a man, through temptation, and by suffering. Alexander Maclaren
Christ's method is divine. His words have the charm of antiquity with the freshness of yesterday; the simplicity of a child with the wisdom of a God; the softness of kisses from the lip of love, and the force of the lightning rending the tower. His parables are like groups of matchless statuary; His prayers like an organ peal floating round the world and down the ages, echoed by the mountain peaks and plains into rich and varied melody, in which all devout hearts find their noblest feelings at once expressed, sustained, refined. His truths are self-evidencing. They fall into the soul as seed into the ground, to rest and germinate. He speaks, and all nature and life become vocal with theology. Edward Thomson
Christ's miracles were vivid manifestations to the senses that He is the Saviour of the body - and now as then the issues of life and death are in His hands - that our daily existence is a perpetual miracle. The extraordinary was simply a manifestation of God's power in the ordinary. F. W. Robertson
Christ's sacrifice stands in glorious proportions with the work to be done. Nothing else or less would suffice. It is a work supernatural, transacted in the plane of nature; and what but such a work could restore the broken order of the soul under evil? Horace Bushnell
Christ's voice sounds now for each of us in loving invitation; and dead in sin and hardness of heart though we be, we can listen and live. Christ Himself, my brother, sows the seed now. Do you take care that it falls not on, but in, your souls. Alexander Maclaren
Christ's whole life on earth was the assertion and example of true manliness - the setting forth in living act and word what man is meant to be, and how he should carry himself in this world of God - one long campaign in which the 'temptation' stands out as the first great battle and victory. Thomas Hughes
Christ, in that place He hath put you, hath intrusted you with a dear pledge, which is His own glory, and hath armed you with His sword to keep the pledge, and make a good account of it to God. Rutherford
Christ, so du kannst ein Kind von ganzem Herzen werden, So ist das Himmelreich schon deine hier auf Erden. Angelus Silesius (1624-1677), Cherubinischer Wandersmann (1675)
Christen an der König Höf sind Wildtprät.
Christen haben ausswendig streit, inwendig furcht.
Christen haben ein Seel voll Gottes und einen Leib voll leidens.
Christen haben keine Nachbarn.
Christen haben keine Planeten sondern Gott allein zum Propheten.
Christen lassen Gott alles walten.
Christen seind dünn gesehwet.
Christen sind allenthalben in trübsal.
Christen sind dünn gesät.
Christen sind edle seulen der Welt.
Christen sind Kreuzträger. la] Acerra philologica.
Christen sind nicht weideschaff, sondern schlachtschaff.
Christen sollen wenig Wort und viel That machen.
Christen und Könige sollen wissen, was sie glauben.
Christen werden nicht geboren, sondern wiedergeboren. info] Man hat dieses Sprichwort, das sich auf Joh. 3, 3 bezieht, den Adelsbrief der Christen genannt.
Christen werden viermal geboren, durch die Mutter, durch die Taufe, durch die Bekehrung und durch den Tod.