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The Holy Spirit–Quotes

May 1, 2009

We have a Celebrity in our midst—A. W. Tozer

The work of the Holy Spirit is as needful as that of Christ—William MacLaren

If it were possible to put the Holy Spirit into a textbook of pharmacology I would put him under stimulants, for that is where he belongs—D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones

It is the Spirit’s ministry to bring the sinner to the Saviour and to make the sinner like the Saviour—John Blanchard

The Spirit-filled life is not a special, deluxe edition of Christianity. It is part and parcel of the total plan of God for his people—A. W. Tozer

We preach and pray, and you hear; but there is no motion Christ-ward until the Spirit of God blows upon them—John Flavel

The Holy Spirit may be had for the asking—R. B. Kuiper

The first work of the Spirit is to make a man look upon sin as an enemy and to deal with sin as an enemy, to hate it as an enemy, to loathe it as an enemy, and to arm against it as an enemy—Thomas Brooks

The Spirit who convicts us is also the Spirit who consoles—C. H. Spurgeon

We may depend upon it as a certainty that where there is no holy living there is no Holy Spirit—J. C. Ryle

The Holy Spirit is the great beautifier of the soul—John Owen

Fire is quenched by pouring on water or by withdrawing fuel; so the Spirit is quenched by living in sin, which is like pouring water on fire; or by not improving our gifts and graces, which is like withdrawing fuel from the hearth—Thomas Manton

God’s mind is revealed in Scripture, but we can see nothing without the spectacles of the Holy Spirit—Thomas Manton

Proper understanding of the Scriptures comes through the Holy Spirit—Martin Luther

God does not bestow his Spirit on his people in order to set aside the use of his word, but rather to render it fruitful—John Calvin

Before Christ sent the church into the world, he sent the Spirit into the church. The same order must be observed today—John R. W. Stott

Scripture places no limitation upon the Spirit’s work of glorifying Christ and extending his kingdom—Iain H. Murray