George Whitefield

LORD, I submit. Thy will be done. Oh when shall I learn to have no other will but thine! – George Whitefield

Oh, that I may always look upon myself as a stranger and a sojourner upon earth! – George Whitefield

The more I see of the world, the more I grow sick of it every day. God grant this sickness may increase! – George Whitefield

Some people are more afraid of pimples on their face than rottenness in their hearts – George Whitefield

Reading is a good preparation for prayer, as prayer is an excellent means to render reading effectual – George Whitefield

Religion never thrives under too much sun-shine – George Whitefield

This life is a state of infinite importance, a point between two eternities – George Whitefield

Christ is all, or he is worth nothing – George Whitefield

Happy trials that drive us to our knees! – George Whitefield

It is a blessed thing to keep alive in a dead time – George Whitefield

“In the world, and yet not of it,” is the real Christian’s motto – George Whitefield

Trials only empty the heart, and thereby make way for further communications from above – George Whitefield

It is every Christian’s bounden duty to be guided by the Spirit in conjunction with the written word of God – George Whitefield

I felt myself less than nothing; and yet knew that Jesus was my all in all – George Whitefield

God can send a nation or people no greater blessing than to give them faithful, sincere, and upright ministers – George Whitefield

Oh what a good Master is Jesus Christ! – George Whitefield

I am Thy clay, Thou art the Potter; mould me as it seemeth good to Thy sovereign goodwill and pleasure! Amen and Amen – George Whitefield

Our extremity is God’s opportunity – George Whitefield

Welcome storms that drive us to the blessed port – George Whitefield

Lord, prepare us for winter trials; they are preparatives for an eternal summer – George Whitefield

A neglect of secret prayer has been frequently an inlet to many spiritual diseases & has been attended with fatal consequences – George Whitefield

Meditation to the soul, is the same as digestion to the body – George Whitefield

Oh that God may quicken ministers! Oh that the Lord may make us all flames of holy fire! – George Whitefield

Every minister should be a Boanerges, a son of thunder, as well as a Barnabas, a son of consolation – George Whitefield

Lord, send forth thy servants, let there be now a great cry made, Behold the Bridegroom cometh – George Whitefield

I believe one great reason why so many go mourning all their life long, is owing to ignorance of their Christian privileges – George Whitefield

Give us such a sense of Thy justice as to convince us that we cannot be saved if we continue in sin – George Whitefield

It grieves me to my soul to see poor sinners hanging, as it were, by a single hair, and dancing over the flames of hell – George Whitefield

None but a sincere Christian can with pleasure practice the duty of self-examination – George Whitefield

Oh, that I had a hundred tongues and lives, they should be all employed for my dear Lord Jesus! – George Whitefield

The riches of His free grace cause me daily to triumph over all the temptations of the wicked one – George Whitefield

Oh let us continually keep faith in exercise, till it be entirely swallowed up in the boundless ocean of beatific vision – George Whitefield

We are immortal until our work on earth is done – George Whitefield

Works? Works? A man get to heaven by works? I would as soon think of climbing to the moon on a rope of sand – George Whitefield

You may have orthodox heads, and yet you may have the devil in your hearts – George Whitefield