Charles Thomas Studd's Quotos

1. The light that shines farthest shines brightest nearest home – Charles Thomas Studd
2. Only one life, ’twill soon be past, Only what’s done for Christ will last – Charles Thomas Studd
3. Christ wants not nibblers of the possible, but grabbers of the impossible– Charles Thomas Studd
4. Christ does not want nibblers of the possible, but grabbers of the impossible – C T Studd
5. Had I cared for the comments of people, I should never have been a missionary–C T Studd
6. Three of the Devil's dogs with which he hunts us are: Swelled head, Laziness, Cupidity – Charles Thomas Studd
7. If Jesus Christ be God and died for me, then no sacrifice can be too great for me to make for Him – Charles Thomas Studd
8. Some wish to live within the sound of a chapel bell, I want to run a rescue shop within a yard of Hell – Charles Thomas Studd
9. Funds are low again, hallelujah! That means God trusts us and is willing to leave His reputation in our hands – Charles Thomas Studd
10. How could I spend the best years of my life in living for the honours of this world, when thousands of souls are perishing every day? – Charles Thomas Studd
11. No wonder God shall have to wipe away the tears off all faces, for we shall be broken-hearted when we see the depth of His love and the shallowness of ours – C T Studd
12. I belong to the “Great-God Party”, and will have nothing to do with the “Little-God Party.”  Christ does not want nibblers of the possible, but grabbers of the impossible – Charles Thomas Studd
13. Don't go into the study to prepare a sermon -- that's nonsense. Go into your study to God and get so fiery that your tongue is like a burning coal and you have got to speak – Charles Thomas Studd
14. If you don't want the Devil to hit you, hit him first, and hit him with all your might, so that he may be too crippled to hit back. 'Preach the Word' is the rod the Devil fears and hates – Charles Thomas Studd
15. How little chance the Holy Ghost has nowadays. The churches and missionary societies have so bound him in red tape that they practically ask Him to sit in a corner while they do the work themselves – Charles Thomas Studd

CHARLES THOMAS STUDD’s life story…..
      Charles Thomas Studd, was an English missionary, often known as C.T.Studd, was born 2nd December 1860 at Spratton, Northamptonshire in England. In 1888, he married Priscilla Stewart and they survived four daughters and two sons who died in beginnings. Studd was remembered both as a cricketer and missionary. As a cricketer, he represented England's Cambridge University as a Gentlemen of India, Middlesex at Cricket (1879-82). In the 1882, Studd played in the original Test against Australia and won by Australia which was the origins of Ashes..... (Read the full Story)


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