"What luxuries can you live without to provide what others will die without?"
~Angelique C. McGlotten
"Whatever good thing you do for Him, if done according to the Word, is laid up for you as treasure in chests and coffers, to be brought out to be rewarded before both men and angels, to your eternal comfort." ~John Bunyan
“He is no fool who gives what he cannot keep to gain what he cannot lose.” ~Jim Elliott
“Quit being satisfied with the little 5 percent yields of pleasure that get eaten up by the moths of inflation and the rust of death. Invest in the blue-chip, high-yield, divinely-insured security of Heaven. Devoting a life to material comforts and thrills is like throwing money down a rat hole." ~John Piper
"I value all things only by the price they shall gain in eternity.”
“It ought to be the business of every day to prepare for our last day.”
"It is my happiness that I have served Him who never fails to reward His servants to the full extent of His promise." ~John Calvin
“He who provides for this life but takes not care for eternity is wise for a moment but a fool forever.”
“Live simply that others may simply live.” ~Randy Alcorn
"One more revival—only one—more is needed, the revival of Christian stewardship, the consecration of the money power to God. When that revival comes, the kingdom of God will come in a day."
"I find in the Bible a divine command to be a pleasure-seeker—that is, to forsake the two-bit, low yield, short term, never-satisfying, person-destroying, God-belittling pleasures of the world and to sell everything in order to have the kingdom of heaven and thus "enter into the joy of your master."
“It’s not how much of my money I give to God, but how much of God’s money I keep for myself.” ~R.G. LeTourneau