Martyn Lloyd-Jones (1899-1981) was a Protestant Welsh Minister. He spent the majority of his ministry as the Pastor of Westminster Chapel in London. The day before he began his ministry at Westminster, World War II began. His ministry in the 20th century preserved the gospel for his generation and the next. You can listen and learn here.
When a man truly sees himself, he knows nobody can say anything about him that is too bad.
It is very foolish to ignore the past. The man who does ignore it, and assumes that our problems are quite new, and that therefore the past has nothing at all to teach us, is a man who is not only grossly ignorant of the Scriptures, he is equally ignorant of some of the greatest lessons even in secular history.
Prayer is without any question the highest activity of the human soul. Man is at his greatest and highest when he is on his knees.
We are all in such a hurry, we want everything at once. We believe that all truth can be stated in a few minutes. The answer to that is that it cannot.
The Christian is confronted by two ways only, and if we are not on the strait and narrow way, we are on the wide and broad way.