Gethsemane Quotes by Amy Carmichael, Keir Hardie, Bruce R. McConkie, D. Todd Christofferson, Don Marquis, Neal A. Maxwell and many others.
If I am perturbed by the reproach and misunderstanding that may follow action taken for the good of souls for whom I must give account; if I cannot commit the matter and go on in peace and in silence, remembering Gethsemane and the cross, then I know nothing of Calvary love.
I now understand what Christ suffered in Gethsemane as well as any man living.
But I shall not know any better then than I know now that he is GodвЂ™s Almighty Son, that he is our Savior and Redeemer, and that salvation comes in and through his atoning blood and in no other way.
The Savior’s suffering in Gethsemane and His agony on the cross redeem us from sin by satisfying the demands that justice has upon us. He extends mercy and pardons those who repent. The Atonement also satisfies the debt justice owes to us by healing and compensating us for any suffering we innocently endure.
For him who fain would teach the world The world holds hate in fee- For Socrates, the hemlock cup; For Christ, Gethsemane.
I thank the Savior personally; for bearing all which I added to His hemorrhaging at every pore for all humanity in Gethsemane. I thank Him for bearing what I added to the decibels of His piercing soul cry atop Calvary.
In Gethsemane the holiest of all petitioners prayed three times that a certain cup might pass from Him. It did not.
There will be no Christian but what will have a Gethsemane, but every praying Christian will find that there is no Gethsemane without its angel!
Contemplation does not ignore the ‘historical Gethsemane’, does not ignore the mystery of evil, guilt and its bloody atonement. The happiness of contemplation is a true happiness, indeed the supreme happiness; but it is founded upon sorrow.
Jesus defeated satan in Gethsemane on the cross, not by directly confronting the devil, but by fulfilling the destiny to which He had been called. The greatest battle that was ever won was accomplished by the apparent death of the victor, without even a word of rebuke to His adversary!
We have not the innocence of Eden; but by God’s help and Christ’s example we may have the victory of Gethsemane.
Prayer in the hour of need is a great boon. From simple trials to our Gethsemanes, prayer – persistent prayer – can put us in touch with God, our greatest source of comfort and counsel.
He saw you in your own Gethsemane and He didn’t want you to be alone..He would rather go to hell for you than to haven without you.
The golden age is not in the past, but in the future; not in the origin of human experience, but in its consummate flower; not opening in Eden, but out from Gethsemane.
Gethsemane is where He died; the cross is only the evidence.
For most of us the prayer in Gethsemane is the only model. Removing mountains can wait.
It is a great thing, when our Gethsemane hours come, when the cup of bitterness is pressed to our lips … to feel that it is not fate, that it is not necessity, but divine love for good ends working upon us.