L. E. Maxwell Quotes

As soon as the Cross ceases to be to us, first of all, the place of utmost shame and contempt, we make the Cross of Christ of none effect.

If, through the years, the Cross in the life of the believer had been adhered to as strenuously as the Cross for salvation, the Church would not today be so plagued with modernistic infidelity.

We must be reduced again and again to the limit of all resolution and resources and be compelled to feel the need of Another’s help and suf´Čüciency.

Every strong conviction ends by taking possession of us; it overcomes and absorbs us, and tears us ruthlessly from everything else. Has the Cross so seized upon your life?

Christ did not come to straighten out the natural, but to “CROSS” it out.

The blood of the martyrs is the seed of the Church. (Terullian) When she ceases to bleed, she ceases to bless. She can thrive through persecution, but never through peace and plenty.

He who does not welcome the Cross does not welcome God.