Ten Spirit Filled Quotes By Kathryn Kuhlman |

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10 Spirit Filled Quotes By Kathryn Kuhlman |

1—I made a consecration of my life that I had never made before, when I saw that it was possible for me to so yield my life, my body, as a living sacrifice – a sacrifice so consecrated to Him that the name of God Almighty may be glorified through the life of a sinner saved by the grace of God. – Kathryn Kuhlman

 

2—The Heavenly Father does not ask for golden vessels. He does not ask for silver vessels. God asks for yielded vessels – those who will submit their will to the will of the Father. And the greatest human attainment in all the world is for a life to be so surrendered to Him that the name of God Almighty will be glorified through that life. – Kathryn Kuhlman

 

3—Remember something, God never permitted a difficulty to come into our life without also giving us the ability to handle it. God has provided us with every faculty. He has given us the power that we need for living victoriously. It is a fact that everyone of us down deep has what it takes to successfully meet whatever life brings. – Kathryn Kuhlman

 

4—It isn’t a matter of being worthy, for no man is worthy! It isn’t our perfection or our penitence, or a matter of our labors to reach the place of perfection or worthiness. It is God’s grace alone! – Kathryn Kuhlman

 

5—As an example, let me share a memorable experience I had as a young child. It was a hot Saturday night and Papa and I were about to enter the meat market situated on the main street of Concordia, Missouri. The two of us were at the doorway when suddenly a man, noticeably very drunk, shoved Papa back. I saw my father step aside and hold the door open while the stranger staggered into the market. Standing nearby was a man watching the whole scene. Knowing that Papa was mayor of Concordia, he asked, “Joe Kuhlman, are you going to let him get away with that?” I was still holding onto Papa’s hand when I saw him smile and answer: “I can afford to let him go first.” That was a lesson in love and humility that I have never forgotten. – Kathryn Kuhlman

 

6—Who can fathom the love of God? He loved us while we were yet sinners. You may be a sinner reading these words right now. You may have committed every sin in the book and broken every commandment of God. Yet, the Lord continues to love you. He has not cast you aside. – Kathryn Kuhlman

 

7— I surrendered unto Him all there was of me; everything! Then for the first time I realized what it meant to have real power. – Kathryn Kuhlman

 

8—I swell with pride when I can face the whole world and say, “I belong to Him. The mighty God of this universe is my heavenly Father. I’m His by adoption. I’m a joint-heir with His Wonderful Son’ In that moment when you’re prone to be depressed, when you find yourself in the spirit of bondage, look up. just pause and remember to whom you belong. – Kathryn Kuhlman

 

9—When Jesus hung on the cross, looking upon His enemies as He was being crucified, He said: “Father, forgive them for they know not what they do.” That is God’s love, the love of heaven paying earth a little visit through the Person of Jesus. – Kathryn Kuhlman

 

10—Beloved, the secret of victory over fear is very simple – it is trusting Jesus! One of the most frequent expressions on His lips throughout His life here on earth was, “Fear not!” So look up! Faith in God has in times past “subdued kingdoms, wrought righteousness, obtained promises, stopped the mouths of lions, quenched the violence of fire, escaped the edge of the sword…turned to flight the armies of the aliens” (Hebrews 11:33,34), and FAITH CAN DO IT AGAIN! You are not only a conqueror, you can be more than a conqueror through Him Who loves you! – Kathryn Kuhlman

 

 

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