15 Inspirational Quotes By T. B. Joshua

Posted on Fri Mar 09, 2018
Posted by Admin

1.  When we say Church of All Nations, it’s a vision given to me, that the church will touch all the world.
2.  When it comes to power, God Himself is the power. God often uses foolish things to confound the wise. That is why people like me will ever be grateful to God. In terms of knowledge, education and name, I am nowhere – a neglected stone.
3.  Remember, when God is executing His plan in our lives, He also designs and arranges events which continue to unfold until His purpose is revealed.
4.  Your papers are marked when you go to school, but you can’t mark the character.
5.  The gospel needs to be preached all over the world. You cannot light a candle and put it under a roof.
6.  What you wish to others, God wishes to you.
7.  Nothing makes us love a person as much as praying for him.
8.  What makes you a good citizen makes you a good Christian… Obey the law of your land by not crossing the borders of your nation with Ebola virus.
9.  The word ‘grace’ means after we must have done everything humanly possible, we must leave the issue with God. That is grace.
10. Discovery is for forward lookers. So, no one is born with great knowledge.
11. Our lives are in God’s hands. We have no control. We can’t control Him by using the Bible or cross as a good luck charm without a thorough reformation of heart and life.
12. When you read the Bible, you are reading the Holy Spirit and not history books. When you read history books, you are reading about events, but the Bible is not an event. So, when you are reading the Holy Spirit, you are supposed to be carried along by it.
13. Righteousness exalts a nation, and sin brings reproach.
14. After my primary school education, I started gathering little children by visiting parents to ask if they wanted somebody to care for their kids by teaching them the Bible. I have never attended any seminary school or Bible college in my life.
15. Except for the grace of God, I would be nobody – and that grace is the opposite of merit – human labour, education or human wisdom.