Paul Washer Quotes

~as transcribed by Rose Michels

Archive for the tag “merciful god”

From: How much do you know God?

The journey began the moment you were converted.   ~Paul Washer

What part of GO don’t you understand?  You either go down into the well as a missionary, or you hold the rope for those who go down.  ~Paul Washer

There are no great men or women of God.  There are only tiny, broken, weak, feeble men of a great and merciful God.  ~Paul Washer

Missions is not about sending missionaries.  Missions is about sending the truth of God through missionaries.  ~Paul Washer

How much time do you spend in knowing God−the greatest of all pursuits?  ~Paul Washer

He’s [God] not simply to have your best, He’s to have it all.  ~Paul Washer

If I don’t know you [God] in a greater way, whom do I have but thee, oh God?  ~Paul Washer

We will be restless until we rest in Him.  ~Paul Washer

There is an intimate communion, and fellowship, and a walking with God, and that must be our main pursuit.  ~Paul Washer

In all our ‘doing’, the greatest thing is a passion for God.  ~Paul Washer

God will do the work.  He will get glory for Himself.  But He invites us to participate in that.  ~Paul Washer

All things were made for Him.  They were made through Him.  They were made by him. They were made in Him.  ~Paul Washer

That will be my magnificent obsession.  To know my God. ~Paul Washer

Our lives are not to be based upon experience, but it is to be based on the word of God and on sound teaching.  ~Paul Washer

Know this … there is a God and He is more that a doctrine.  He is a person.  ~Paul Washer

God still moves and we should not only desire it.  We should expect it!  ~Paul Washer

We, like many of the men we honor who went before us, should make it our constant prayer to cry out for greater and greater manifestations of the Spirit’s power in our life and preaching.  ~Paul Washer

Do this one thing … but be prayed up before you do it!, Cry out, “Oh God, make me like your Son.”  ~Paul Washer

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To better understand the context from which these quotes are taken, I urge you to view the full video sermon at:  


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