UPDATE: Good Report: Ravi Zacharias

Ravi Zacharias, Christian apologist and author

UPDATE:

Johns Hopkins University Open Forum

Note: “A righteous problem-solving women of faith

Note: I am thankful for my testimony of William W. Phelps’ Poetic Treatment of D&C 76 | Bad Comma ,

ORIGINAL POST:

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Ravi Zacharias at BYU and the Mormon Tabernacle | RZIM

Photos

Presentations at bottom of this page

Continue to listen, there is a question and answer after the BYU speech’s end

Evangelical communicator Ravi Zacharias to speak at LDS Tabernacle | Deseret News

Fernando Ortega

Give Me Jesus

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Ravi Zacharias discusses the Bible, his life, families and religious freedom Mormon Times
Jan 18, 2014

Evangelical visits to BYU signal a new evangelical-Mormon detente | Religion News Service

Evangelical leaders, Mormons unite in message of faith: Mormon Times
Jan 20, 2014,

Which included this previous 2004 photo.

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Which lead me to find an additional two hours plus from 2004.

Sacred

Question: Why watch these?

Answer: Capturing the impact of the Holy Spirit from inside their faces:

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Notes:

overcoming the “tyranny of the immediate”

New Testament Stories Chapter 14: Nicodemus

Digging deeper

The Pilgrim’s Progress from this world to that which is to come by John Bunyan – Free Ebook from Gutenberg Project

Initially listening quickly is my prelude to thoughtful prayerful study:

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GENERAL CONFERENCE OCTOBER 1975

Success Stories
STERLING W. SILL

Video

    Success story number two comes from John Bunyan’s The Pilgrim’s Progress. He gives an account of the man with the muckrake who had spent his lifetime raking unto himself the chaff and muck of the earth. However, there was an angel standing over his head with a celestial crown in his hand, offering to exchange the crown for the muckrake. But because this man had trained himself to look in no direction but down, he disregarded the offer of the angel as he continued to rake unto himself the chaff and dust of the earth.

    There is also an angel standing over our head with a celestial crown in his hand offering to exchange it for our muckrakes if we will just look up to God and faith and righteousness and understanding. The beast was put down on all fours and thus his vision is cast upon the ground, but man was created upright in the image of his maker that he might look up to God.

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