Thomas Brooks Quotes

You are wise, and know how to apply it.

Thomas Brooks

God is a just as He is merciful.

Thomas Brooks

Such as have made a considerable improvement of their gifts and graces, have hearts as large as their heads; whereas most men's heads have outgrown their hearts.

Thomas Brooks

The number of difficulties makes the Christian's conquest the more illustrious. A gracious man should be made up all of fire, overcoming and consuming all opposition, as fire does the stubble. All difficulties should be but whetstones to his fortitude.

Thomas Brooks

Though true repentance be never too late, yet late repentance is seldom true.

Thomas Brooks

Christians, bear your faithful ministers upon your hearts when you are wrestling with God. They can tell when they want your prayers, and when they enjoy your prayers. Did you pray more for them, they might do more for your internal and eternal good than they do now.

Thomas Brooks

Mercy is "Alpha," justice is "Omega."

Thomas Brooks

We trust as we love, and we trust where we love; if you love Christ much surely you will trust Him much.

Thomas Brooks

He who stands upon his own strength will never stand.

Thomas Brooks

One of Satan's devices to keep poor souls in a sad, doubting, and questioning condition is causing them to be always posing and musing upon sin; to mind their sins more than their Saviour: yea, so to mind their sins as to forget and neglect their Saviour. Their eyes are so fixed upon their disease that they cannot see their remedy, though it be near; and they do so muse upon their debts that they have neither mind nor heart to think of their surety.

Thomas Brooks

Though there is nothing more dangerous, yet there is nothing more ordinary, than for weak saints to make their sense and feeling the judge of their condition. We must strive to walk by faith.

Thomas Brooks

Faith is the champion of grace, and love the nurse; but humility is the beauty of grace.

Thomas Brooks

God's very service is wages; His ways are strewed with roses, and paved with joy that is unspeakable and full of glory, and with peace that passeth understanding.

Thomas Brooks

Our sins are debts that none can pay but Christ. It is not our tears, but His blood; it is not our sighs, but His sufferings, that can testify for our sins. Christ must pay all, or we are prisoners forever.

Thomas Brooks

The more the soul is conformed to Christ, the more confident it will be of its interest in Christ.

Thomas Brooks
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