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Johann Arndt

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Фотография Иоганн Арндт (photo Johann Arndt)
   

День рождения: 27.12.1555 года
Возраст: 65 лет
Место рождения: Балленштедт (Анхальт), Германия
Дата смерти: 11.05.1621 года
Место смерти: Целле (Ганновер), Германия

Quotes of Johann Arndt

Немецкий лютеранский теолог и религиозный писатель

  • ⋅But since the world, which thou art to strive against, is not without thee, but within thee, it follows, that it is also to be conquered not without, but within thee. /Johann Arndt
  • ⋅Consider then, O man! whether there can be anything more wretched and poor, more naked and miserable, than man when he dies, if he be not clothed with Christ's righteousness, and enriched in his God. /Johann Arndt
  • ⋅For even these are no less bestowed on him of pure grace, than are righteousness and salvation themselves. /Johann Arndt
  • ⋅In short, all things that please the natural man in this world, are, to a true Christian, only so many crosses and temptations, allurements of sin and snares of death, that continually exercise his virtue. /Johann Arndt
  • ⋅It certainly is the duty of every true Christian, to esteem himself a stranger and pilgrim in this world; and as bound to use earthly blessings, not as means of satisfying lust or gratifying wantonness, but of supplying his absolute wants and necessities. /Johann Arndt
  • ⋅This truth is a remedy against spiritual pride, namely, that none should account himself better before God than others, though perhaps adorned with greater gifts, and endowments. /Johann Arndt
  • ⋅Whatever man uses without the fear of God, whatever he applies to the mere gratifying of his flesh, cannot fail to operate as a poison to the soul, however pleasant and salutary it may appear to be to the body. /Johann Arndt
  • ⋅Yet, so far from laboring to know the forbidden tree of worldly pleasures and its various fruits, man gives himself up to a careless and thoughtless state of life, and yields to the lust of the flesh, not considering that this lust is really the forbidden tree. /Johann Arndt
  • ⋅But since the world, which thou art to strive against, is not without thee, but within thee, it follows, that it is also to be conquered not without, but within thee. /Johann Arndt
  • ⋅Consider then, O man! whether there can be anything more wretched and poor, more naked and miserable, than man when he dies, if he be not clothed with Christ's righteousness, and enriched in his God. /Johann Arndt
  • ⋅For even these are no less bestowed on him of pure grace, than are righteousness and salvation themselves. /Johann Arndt
  • ⋅If these things be seriously pondered and laid to heart, we shall soon understand what Adam and Christ are; and how they live and act in men. /Johann Arndt
  • ⋅In short, all things that please the natural man in this world, are, to a true Christian, only so many crosses and temptations, allurements of sin and snares of death, that continually exercise his virtue. /Johann Arndt
  • ⋅It certainly is the duty of every true Christian, to esteem himself a stranger and pilgrim in this world; and as bound to use earthly blessings, not as means of satisfying lust or gratifying wantonness, but of supplying his absolute wants and necessities. /Johann Arndt
  • ⋅Nor is he solicitous about fine and fashionable apparel; aspiring rather after robes of divine light, and the raiment of glorified bodies. /Johann Arndt
  • ⋅This truth is a remedy against spiritual pride, namely, that none should account himself better before God than others, though perhaps adorned with greater gifts, and endowments. /Johann Arndt
  • ⋅Whatever man uses without the fear of God, whatever he applies to the mere gratifying of his flesh, cannot fail to operate as a poison to the soul, however pleasant and salutary it may appear to be to the body. /Johann Arndt
  • ⋅Yet, so far from laboring to know the forbidden tree of worldly pleasures and its various fruits, man gives himself up to a careless and thoughtless state of life, and yields to the lust of the flesh, not considering that this lust is really the forbidden tree. /Johann Arndt
  • ⋅Heart-suffering because of sin is the best proof that the Holy Spirit dwells in your heart. /Johann Arndt
  • ⋅Give me ... a compassionate heart, quickly moved to grieve for the woes of others and to active pity for them, even as our Lord Jesus Christ beheld our poverty and hasted to help us. Give me grace ever to alleviate the crosses and difficulties of those around me, and never to add to them; teach me to be a consoler in sorrow, to take thought for the stranger, the widow, and the orphan; let my charity show itself not in words only but in deed and truth. /Johann Arndt
  • ⋅Informal conversation is probably the oldest mechanism by which opinions on products and brands are developed, expressed, and spread. /Johann Arndt
Goss Malone
Omalone1 16.07.2019 07:48:16
Women think that all men are equal, and this is their strength, men think all women are different - it destroys them.




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