“If you propagate it, devils will arise without fail. If they did not, there will be no way of knowing that this is the correct teaching.” (Letter to the Brothers WND 1 – pg. 501)

‘The Buddha and Devadatta are like a form and its shadow—in lifetime after lifetime, they are never separated.” (The Opening of the Eyes, WND-I, 278)

‘Evil friends will employ enticing words, deception and flattery and speak in a clever manner, thereby gaining control over the minds of ignorant and uninformed people and destroying the good minds that are in them.’ (WND-II, pg221)

“But how great is the difference between the blessings received when a sage chants the Daimoku and the blessings received when we chant it? To reply, one is in no way superior to the other. The gold that a fool possesses is no different from the gold that a wise man possesses; a fire made by a fool is the same as a fire made by a wise man. However, there is a difference if one chants the Daimoku while acting against the intent of this Sutra.” (The Fourteen Slanders, WND-1, p756)

“Even embracing the Lotus Sutra would be useless without the heritage of faith.” (The Heritage of the Ultimate Law of Life, WND-1, p218)

“If the spirit of many in body but one in mind prevails among the people, they will achieve all their goals, whereas of one in body but different in mind, they can achieve nothing remarkable…although Nichiren and his followers are few, because they are different in body, but united in mind, they will definitely accomplish their great mission of widely propagating the Lotus Sutra.” (“Many In Body, One In Mind” – WND I, p.618)