Beth Moore Quotes

On this page you can find the TOP of Beth Moore's best quotes! We hope you will find some sayings from Evangelist Beth Moore's in our collection, which will inspire you to new achievements! There are currently 234 quotes on this page collected since June 16, 1957! Share our collection of quotes with your friends on social media so that they can find something to inspire them!
  • Insecurity is at the heart of every rivalry.

  • We must be careful to avoid spiritual elitism. Everything we are and anything we possess as believers in Christ is a gift of grace. Pure hearts before God must be cleansed from any hint of spiritual pride.

    Beth Moore (2010). “Paul: 90 Days on His Journey of Faith”, p.63, B&H Publishing Group
  • God is the Deliverer, but we never know how He might deliver us.

    Beth Moore (2014). “Portraits of Devotion”, p.404, B&H Publishing Group
  • If we wait for the needy to walk through our church doors, we may wait a long time. God doesn't wait for people to come to Him. He goes to them.

    Beth Moore (2014). “Portraits of Devotion”, p.374, B&H Publishing Group
  • When we resist God, we draw near to Satan.

  • God is not harsh; He is holy. He is not selfish; He is sovereign. He is not unfeeling; He is all-knowing. Like David, we need to come to know Him, and respect Him; and, like David, we will love Him more.

    Beth Moore (2012). “A Heart Like His: Intimate Reflections on the Life of David”, p.144, B&H Publishing Group
  • When we detach the Word of God from the heart of God, we miss the point of God.

    Twitter post from Mar 1, 2015
  • Ministry to an individual is as mighty an act of God as is ministry to the masses.

    Beth Moore (2012). “A Heart Like His”, p.239, B&H Publishing Group
  • Peace is one of the most obvious earmarks of the authority of Christ. A sense of peace will virtually always accompany His will and direction, even when the direction might not have been our personal preference.

    Beth Moore (2010). “Paul: 90 Days on His Journey of Faith”, p.141, B&H Publishing Group
  • A head full of biblical knowledge without a heart passionately in love with Christ is terribly dangerous - a stronghold waiting to happen. The head is full, but the heart and soul are still unsatisfied.

    Beth Moore (2002). “When Godly People Do Ungodly Things: Finding Authentic Restoration in the Age of Seduction”, p.60, B&H Publishing Group
  • When we live to the glory of God, we show His goodness living through us instead of just ourselves.

  • Sometimes God allows us to explore the 'whys' of His instructions. Other times He wants us to obey 'because He said so.' Has God asked you to obey in a specific matter that still awaits your obedient response?

    Beth Moore (2013). “Jesus, the One and Only”, p.94, B&H Publishing Group
  • The next time you feel rejection's sting, remember God's words to Samuel: "It is not you they have rejected, but they have rejected me." (1 Sam. 8:7)

    Beth Moore (2012). “A Heart Like His: Intimate Reflections on the Life of David”, p.33, B&H Publishing Group
  • It's a strange thought that sometimes God trusts us more than we trust Him. God trusts you - can you trust Him?

  • Insecurity refers to a profoud sense of self-doubt-a deep feeling of uncertainty about our basic worth and our place in the world. Insecurity is associated with chronic self-consciousness, along with a chronic lack of confidence in ourselves and anxiety about our relationships. The insecure man or woman lives in constant fear of rejection and a deep uncertainty about whether his or her own feelings and desires are legitimate.

  • I don’t want any of the things that I fear to happen, but this I know, if they do, my God will take care of me.

  • Let’s not fool ourselves into thinking that pride is a problem only for the lost. The most effective means the enemy has to keep believers from being full of the Spirit is to keep us full of ourselves. No wonder the Bible states and restates that God hates pride. It is the enemy of genuine ministry. It is the end of many homes.

    Beth Moore (2009). “Praying God's Word: Breaking Free from Spiritual Strongholds”, p.57, B&H Publishing Group
  • Better to admit where you're not and ask God's help to get you where you need to be.

    Beth Moore (2002). “When Godly People Do Ungodly Things: Finding Authentic Restoration in the Age of Seduction”, p.212, B&H Publishing Group
  • The enemy's plan is to take away God's glory. God's plan is to have as much glory shown through your life.

  • Faith is not believing in my own unshakable belief. Faith is believing an unshakable God when everything in me trembles and quakes.

    Beth Moore (2009). “Praying God's Word: Breaking Free from Spiritual Strongholds”, p.44, B&H Publishing Group
  • I have picked up on the terminology of Brother Lawrence, who called praying unceasingly practicing God's presence. In fact, practicing God's presence has been my number one goal for the last year

    Beth Moore (2002). “When Godly People Do Ungodly Things: Arming Yourself in the Age of Seduction”, p.109, B&H Publishing Group
  • Spiritual maturity does not mean that we will never make wrong plans. In fact, spiritual maturity often means having the courage to admit we've made the wrong plans.

    Beth Moore (2008). “To Live Is Christ”, p.110, B&H Publishing Group
  • If we belong to Christ, Satan has no right to exercise authority over us, but he hopes we're too ignorant regarding Scripture to know it.

    Beth Moore (2015). “Believing God”, p.139, B&H Publishing Group
  • Knowing we’re saved by grace but still living under the law makes for a spiritually neurotic person.

  • Life works most perfectly when a reciprocal love relationship is in place between man and God.

    Beth Moore, Jill Briscoe, Kathleen Hart, Sandra D. Wilson, Beverly LaHaye (2004). “A Woman and Her God”, p.8, Harper Collins
  • People don't need Christians to act like we always have it together. People need us to be real! What kind of healing would come if we all just got real before God and others?

  • Men are not our problem; it's what we are trying to get from them that messes us up. We use guys like mirrors to see if we're valuable.

    Beth Moore (2010). “So Long, Insecurity: You've Been a Bad Friend to Us”, p.7, Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.
  • Christian hedonists don't discount suffering, they just don't give up until they find the gain in loss.

    Beth Moore, Dale McCleskey (2003). “The Beloved Disciple: Following John to the Heart of Jesus”, p.136, B&H Publishing Group
  • As God took me through the journey that became the Bible study Breaking Free, He taught me to look for a common denominator among the things that triggered my destructive habits.

    Beth Moore (2010). “So Long, Insecurity: You've Been a Bad Friend to Us”, p.151, Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.
  • A bruised heart that chooses to beat with a passion for God amid pulsing pain and confusion may just be the most expensive offering placed on the divine altar.

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  • We hope you have found the saying you were looking for in our collection! At the moment, we have collected 234 quotes from the Evangelist Beth Moore, starting from June 16, 1957! We periodically replenish our collection so that visitors of our website can always find inspirational quotes by authors from all over the world! Come back to us again!