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You can only learn so much from books. You can only learn so much from education. Ultimately, it is the wisdom of God that will carry you through in the toughest situations of life.
We have a right to believe whatever we want, but not everything we believe is right.
We talk so much about one's rights... so little about what is actually right.
A man rejects God neither because of intellectual demands nor because of the scarcity of evidence. A man rejects God because of a moral resistance that refuses to admit his need for God.
There is no greater discovery than seeing God as the author of your destiny.
When you come to religion, you come to a place. When you come to Jesus Christ, you come to a person.
In today's society, looking good and feeling good often trumps doing good and being good. And some people don't know the difference anymore.
Love is hard work. It is the hardest work I know of, work from which you are never entitled to take a vacation.
Truth cannot be sacrificed at the altar of pretended tolerance. Real tolerance is deference to all ideas, not indifference to the truth.
There are so many needs in the world, and our hearts cannot carry them all. You must walk to the priorities God has set before you.
A mood can be a dangerous state of mind, because it can crush reason under the weight of feeling.
God put enough into the world to make faith in Him a reasonable thing. But He left enough out to make it impossible to live by reason alone.
Jesus does not offer to make bad people good but to make dead people alive.
When your life is changed by Jesus, you are a new creature. God not only changes what you do, He also changes what you want to do.
Only God is able to humble us without humiliating us and to exalt us without flattering us.
To allow God to be God we must follow Him for who He is and what He intends, and not for what we want and what we prefer.
Having killed God, the atheist is left with no reason for being, no morality to espouse, no meaning to life, and no hope beyond the grave.
Truth by definition excludes.
Having the answers is not essential to living. What is essential is the sense of God's presence during dark seasons of questioning.
Beginning well is a momentary thing; finishing well is a lifelong thing
Like a child who suddenly stops sobbing when he is clasped in the arms of his mother, such will be the grip of heaven upon our souls.
The purpose of prayer and of God's call in your life isn't to make you number one in the world's eyes but to make Him number one in your life.
An argument may remove doubt, but only the Holy Spirit can convict of truth.
I have little doubt that the single greatest obstacle to the impact of the gospel has not been its inability to provide answers, but the failure on our part to live it out.
We have to find the back door to peoples' hearts because the front door is heavily guarded.
Our sense of wonder is a blessing from God, given so that we would be continually amazed at His beauty and creation.
Justice is the handmaiden of truth, and when truth dies, justice is buried with it.
Only through repentance and faith in Christ can anyone be saved. No religious activity will be sufficient, only true faith in Jesus Christ alone.
I am totally convinced the Christian faith is the most coherent worldview around.
In its essence, faith is a confidence in the person of Jesus Christ and in His power, so that even when His power does not serve my end, my confidence in Him remains because of who He is.
...they're here for a moment and then gone. At best they have "liftoff" power, or, to use a different analogy, they are like periodic flashes of lightning on a dark road, with no guiding power.
His life spells living. Your life or my life, apart from Him, spells death.
Every worldview has to bring together reason and faith.
Unless I understand the Cross, I cannot understand why my commitment to what is right must be precedence over what I prefer.
Love is as much a question of the will as it is of the emotion. And if you will to love somebody, you can. - Ravi Zacharias' brother
We are neither just brains floating around nor just hearts bouncing about.
Many pray for the right partner but cease to pray for the right union--that they be one as Jesus and the Father are one and so experience the full measure of His joy in the relationship.
Marriage is the harmony of God synchronizing two wills with the will of the Father.
The world is larger and more beautiful than my little struggle.
The denial of Christ has less to do with facts and more to do with the bent of what a person is prejudiced to conclude.
I believe God intervenes in the lives of every one of us. He speaks to us in different ways and at different times so that we may know he is the author of our very personality.
The first and foremost reality is that suffering and death are not only enemies of life, but a means of reminding us of life's twin realities, love and hate.
God trained Moses in a palace to use him in a desert. He trained Joseph in a desert to use him in a palace.
Our intellect is not intended to be an end in itself, but only a means to the very mind of God.
Only when holiness and worship meet can evil be conquered. For that, only the Christian message has the answer.
Redemption precedes morality, and not the other way around.
If you cannot understand me in my speech, how can you understand me in my silence?
God has put enough into the world to make faith in Him a most reasonable thing. But He has left enough out to make it impossible to live by sheer reason or observation alone.
The service [Jesus] gave to humanity was given even when we least merited that sacrifice. There is a joy in service that transcends emotional temporariness.
God has disclosed himself in descriptive terms that give us enough information to be able to know who he is, and he has hidden enough of himself for us to learn the balance between faith and reason.