Kay Lee Arthur is an international Bible teacher, four-time ECPA Christian Book Award-winning author, and co-founder of Precept Ministries International. Kay teaches inductive Bible study and has authored many inductive Bible study workbooks. This Kay Arthur quotes will motivate you.
Best Kay Arthur Quotes
- God is in control, and therefore in EVERYTHING, I can give thanks – not because of the situation but because of the One who directs and rules over it. ~ Kay Arthur
- God knows what each one of us is dealing with. He knows our pressures. He knows our conflicts. And He has made a provision for each and every one of them. That provision is Himself in the person of the Holy Spirit, indwelling us and empowering us to respond rightly. ~ Kay Arthur
- If you don’t plan to live the Christian life totally committed to knowing your God and to walking in obedience to Him, then don’t begin; for this is what Christianity is all about. It is a change of citizenship, a change of governments, a change of allegiance. If you have no intention of letting Christ rule your life, then forget Christianity; it’s not for you. ~ Kay Arthur
- The will of God for your life is simply that you submit yourself to Him each day and say, ‘Father, Your will for today is mine. You lead me today and I will follow. ~ Kay Arthur
- Snuggle in God’s arms. When you are hurting, when you feel lonely, left out. let Him cradle you, comfort you, reassure you of His all-sufficient power and love. ~ Kay Arthur
- So many times we say that we can’t serve God because we aren’t whatever is needed. We’re not talented enough or smart enough or whatever. But if you are in covenant with Jesus Christ, He is responsible for covering your weaknesses, for being your strength. He will give you His abilities for your disabilities! ~ Kay Arthur
- As you study your Bible with the help of the Holy Spirit and live out the truths that God reveals to you, you will discover new stability, strength, and confidence. ~ Kay Arthur
- You have been created by God and for God, and someday you will stand amazed at the simple yet profound ways He has used you even when you weren’t aware of it. ~ Kay Arthur
- The disappointment has come – not because God desires to hurt you or make you miserable or to demoralize you or ruin your life or keep you from ever knowing happiness. He wants you to be perfect and complete in every aspect, lacking nothing. It’s not the easy times that make you more like Jesus, but the hard times. ~ Kay Arthur
Most of the world around you doesn’t read the Bible. So… God gives the world a living epistle- you.
- What is courage? It is the ability to be strong in trust, in conviction, in obedience. To be courageous is to step out in faith – to trust and obey, no matter what. ~ Kay Arthur
- Ultimately, the goal of personal Bible study is a transformed life and a deep and abiding relationship with Jesus Christ. ~ Kay Arthur
- When we are set free from the bondage of pleasing others when we are free from currying others’approval-then no one will be able to make us miserable or dissatisfied. And then, if we know we have pleased God, contentment will be our consolation. ~ Kay Arthur
- Pain and trials are almost constant companions, but never enemies. They drive me into His sovereign arms. There He takes my disappointments and works everything together for good. ~ Kay Arthur
- In any trial, in any bitter situation, you are not alone, you are not helpless, you are not a victim. You have a tree, a cross, shown to you by the Sovereign God of Calvary. Whatever the trial or temptation, it is not more than you can bear. It is bearable. It can be handled. You can know as Joseph knew, “You meant evil against me, but God meant it for good in order to bring about this present result, to preserve many people alive” (Genesis 50:20). ~ Kay Arthur
- The problem is that so often we forget that we are in warfare and that Satan’s target is our mind.
If you are God’s child, you are no longer bound to your past or to what you were. You’re a new creature in Jesus Christ. ~ Kay Arthur
- You can be defeated by life’s unavoidable disappointments, or you can become stronger because of them.
If you’ll quit moaning and crying, I’ll use the things to make you into someone I can use in the lives of others to show them that no matter where they’ve been, no matter how deep the hole, no matter how painful the trial, there’s hope. There is a victory. ~ Kay Arthur
- When you know what God says, what He means, and how to put His truths into practice, you will be equipped for every circumstance of life. ~ Kay Arthur
- Really, then, our problem is not weakness, but independence! And in covenant, you die to independent living.
He has held me when I have had no more strength and have wondered how I would ever make it. He has held me when I have felt defeated by all that I had to do. When I have run to my El Shaddai, I have never come away wanting. He is my all-sufficient One. O Beloved, do you understand? Have you experienced Him as your El Shaddai? If not, He is waiting – arms opened wide – for you. ~ Kay Arthur
- Our society is filled with runaways, dropouts, and quitters. The epidemic of walking away has hit our land with effects as devastating as the bubonic plague, and it has destroyed millions of effective lives and relationships. ~ Kay Arthur
- “As I am generous towards others … As I see a person in need and don’t just say, ‘God bless you.’ I am proclaiming the Gospel of Jesus Christ.” ~ Kay Arthur