“If God were willing to sell His grace, we would accept it more quickly and gladly than when He offers it for nothing.” (Martin Luther)

“Therefore faithful Christian, seek the truth, listen to the truth, learn the truth, love the truth, speak the truth, adhere to truth and defend truth to the death.” (John Hus)

“Faith is like an empty, open hand stretched out towards God, with nothing to offer and everything to receive.” (John Calvin)

“We find no rest for our weary bones unless we cling to the word of grace.” (Luther)

“Trust wholly in Christ; rely altogether on His sufferings; beware of seeking to be justified in any other way than His righteousness.” (John Wycliffe)

“We shall never be clothed with the righteousness of Christ except we first know assuredly that we have no righteousness of our own.” (Calvin)

“He who does not know Christ does not know God hidden in suffering.” (Luther) 

I can neither teach nor live by the faith of others. I must live by my own faith as the Spirit of the Lord has taught me through His Word.” (Menno Simons)

“Without the power of Christ, no one will be saved.” (Andreas Karlstadt)

“The learning of the Christian man ought to begin with the fear of God.” (Thomas Cranmer)

“Feeling must follow; but faith, apart from all feeling, must be there first.” (Luther)

“Rejoice; for, this day an immortal God is born, in order that the mortal man may live forever.” (Hus)

“I have never once feared the devil, but I tremble every time I enter the pulpit.” (Knox)

“By His resurrection Christ won the victory over law, sin, flesh, world, devil, death, hell, and every evil. And this His victory He donated unto us.” (Luther)

Faith is nothing else than trust in the divine mercy promised in Christ.(Philipp Melanchthon)

“Everything that is true is God’s word, whoever may have said it.” (Huldrych Zwingli)

“Nothing is more beautiful in the eyes of God than a soul that loves to hear His Word.” (Luther)

“Prayer is an earnest and familiar talking with God.” (Knox)

“He that fears death, loses the joys of life. (Hus)

“I want nothing but this Christ. He shall be a Treasure so great to me that everything else will seem dung to me.” (Luther)

“You cannot antagonize and influence at the same time.” (John Knox)

“The church is God’s vineyard.” (Heinrich Bullinger)

“Divine Scripture is a very fertile tree and there is no branch which I have not shaken with my own hands and knocked down a few apples.” (Luther)

“There was never anything so well devised by men which in continuance of time hath not been corrupted.” (Cranmer)

“Peace is not to be purchased by the sacrifice of truth.” (Calvin)

“After all, Christ must be everything: the beginning, the middle, and the end of our salvation.” (Luther)

“All Christian life is to be measured by Scripture; by every word thereof.” (Wycliffe) 

“The highest honor in the church is not government but service.” (Calvin)

“Lord of hosts! When I swim in the merciful waters of your grace I find that I can neither plumb nor measure the depths.” (Menno Simons)

“A man with God is always the majority.” (Knox)

Additional Quotes

Now the Church is not wood and stone, but the company of believing people.” (Luther) 

“The gospel is not a doctrine of the tongue, but of life.” (Calvin)

“Do not leave your prayer without having said or thought, ‘Very well, God has heard my prayer; this I know as a certainty and a truth.’ That is what ‘Amen’ means.” (Luther)

“The ministers of the Gospel should be men who are not too easily affected by praise or criticism, but simply speak out the benefit and the glory of Christ and seek the salvation of souls.” (Luther)

“So far as justification is concerned, Christ and I must be so closely attached that He lives in me and I in Him. What a marvelous way of speaking!” (Luther)