Sunday, March 2, 2008

Who Said That?

I have recently been reading the book Humility: True Greatness by C.J. Mahaney. Mahaney does an excellent job of incorporating quotes from past saints into his book. I have found the following two quotes to be quite helpful:

Can you guess who these quotes are from (without googling)?
A) "The pleasures of humility are really the most refined, inward, and exquisite delights in the world."

B) "It is evident that man never attains to a true self-knowledge until he has previously contemplated the face of God, and come down after such contemplation to look into himself."

1 comment:

Mike Jenkins said...

I think the first quote is from Jonathan Edwards and the second quote is from A.W. Tozer.

Mike Jenkins