8 Favorite Quotes From the Book “A Believer’s Last Day, His Best Day” by Thomas Brooks


I would like to grab this opportunity to ask for your prayers. The president declares that our province (Batangas) is high risk and would go to an extended enhanced community quarantine till May 15. Please pray that the case of COVID19 here in our place will go down and people would cooperate with the government. As for us Christians, uphold us to God for encouragement and spiritual strength.

Anyways, here’s some quotes from the book, A Believer’s Last Day, His Best Day by Thomas Brooks, published by Chapel Library. If you like these quotes, please get the book by clicking here.

“It is the greatest wisdom in the world to do every day what a man would do on a dying-day, and to be afraid to live in such a state as a man would be afraid to die in.”

“Ah, Christians! What is your whole life but a day to fit for the hour of death? What is your great business in this world but to prepare for the eternal world?”

“If a believer’s last day is his best day, then by the rule of contraries, a wicked man’s last day must be his worst day, for he must there lie down with all the sins of his life. “

“Christ’s death is a meritorious death. Can a believer think upon the death of Christ as meriting peace with God, pardon of sin, justification, glorification—and yet be afraid to die?”

“He who prepares not for his dying-day runs the hazard of losing his immortal soul.”

“See that you build upon nothing below Christ! See that you have a real interest in Christ. See that you die daily to sin, to the world, and to your own righteousness. “

“The certainty of death should cause you to prepare for death.”

“Though true repentance is never too late, yet late repentance is seldom true.”

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