GraceQuotes is Moving!

1 Jan

GraceQuotes.com was set up in 2011 to proclaim the gospel of God’s love and grace as revealed in Jesus Christ. Two years later, and with more than 500 quotes published, this site has become an archive of grace gems from more than 60 authors, preachers, poets, as well as agitators, heretics and trouble-makers.

All of these quotes may be freely shared with proper attribution (eg: author’s name and book title). Use the tabs in the sidebar to explore these treasures.

From 1 January 2014, GraceQuotes will be moving over to Facebook. No new quotes will be added to this site. We are making this change in response to readers’ preferences. Already far more people follow GraceQuotes on FB than by email or Twitter.

In the coming year we plan to double the number of quotes published with new GraceQuotes uploaded every day. To ensure you don’t miss out on these tasty nuggets, head on over to Facebook and click “like” on the GraceQuotes page.

We’ll see you there!

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A New Day

1 Jan

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A New Thing

30 Dec

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Grace Upon Grace

25 Dec

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Full Life

23 Dec

My Favorite Parable

20 Dec

There was once a man who had two sons. The younger said to his father,

“Father, I want right now what’s coming to me.”

So the father divided the property between them.  It wasn’t long before the younger son packed his bags and left for a distant country. There, undisciplined and dissipated, he wasted everything he had. After he had gone through all his money, there was a bad famine all through that country and he began to hurt. He signed on with a citizen there who assigned him to his fields to slop the pigs. He was so hungry he would have eaten the corncobs in the pig slop, but no one would give him any.

That brought him to his senses. He said,

“All those farmhands working for my father sit down to three meals a day, and here I am starving to death. I’m going back to my father. I’ll say to him, Father, I’ve sinned against God, I’ve sinned before you; I don’t deserve to be called your son. Take me on as a hired hand.”

He got right up and went home to his father. When he was still a long way off, his father saw him. His heart pounding, he ran out, embraced him, and kissed him. The son started his speech:

“Father, I’ve sinned against God, I’ve sinned before you; I don’t deserve to be called your son ever again.”

But the father wasn’t listening. He was calling to the servants,

“Quick. Bring a clean set of clothes and dress him. Put the family ring on his finger and sandals on his feet. Then get a grain-fed heifer and roast it. We’re going to feast! We’re going to have a wonderful time! My son is here–given up for dead and now alive! Given up for lost and now found!’ And they began to have a wonderful time.”

Jesus Christ

Lk 15:11-24, Message Bible

The One Nail

18 Dec

I sometimes wonder that you do not get tired of my preaching, because I do nothing but hammer away on this one nail. With me it is, year after year, ‘None but Jesus!’ Oh, you great saints, if you have outgrown the need of a sinner’s trust in the Lord Jesus, you have outgrown your sins, but you have also outgrown your grace, and your saintship has ruined you!

CH Spurgeon

Sermon No. 2207

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