Charles C. Ryrie Quotes.

1. "The Bible is the greatest of all books; to study it is the noblest of all pursuits; to understand it, the highest of all goals."
- Quote by Charles C. Ryrie

2. "Salvation brings into the life a new capacity and with it a new ability to think right, to love God, to purpose to do the will of God, to have a changed heart. The heart of the Christian (and this means his intellectual, emotional, volitional, and spiritual life) can now be true and pure (Heb."
- Charles C. Ryrie, Balancing the Christian Life: 25th Anniversary Edition

3. "In the Hebrews passage three preventives are listed for a calloused Christian heart. The first is daily exhortation of one another (3:13)."
- Charles C. Ryrie, Balancing the Christian Life: 25th Anniversary Edition

4. "The second is the Word of God used in the life to affect all its parts (notice that soul, spirit, body, and heart are all mentioned in Heb. 4:12)."
- Charles C. Ryrie, Balancing the Christian Life: 25th Anniversary Edition

5. "The third preventive for callousness is the life of prayer (Heb. 4:14–16)."
- Charles C. Ryrie, Balancing the Christian Life: 25th Anniversary Edition

6. "These three—fellowship, the Word, and prayer—will enable the believer to experience the new life in his heart: in his intellect, emotions, will, and spiritual life."
- Charles C. Ryrie, Balancing the Christian Life: 25th Anniversary Edition

7. "Thus the conscience, though it may lead the unsaved man aright in some areas, cannot save him, since it is defiled, seared, and evil. But in regeneration it is cleansed and used by the Lord to guide the believer in his political, vocational, spiritual, and social relations."
- Charles C. Ryrie, Balancing the Christian Life: 25th Anniversary Edition

8. "One of my former teachers repeatedly reminded us that an imbalance in theology was the same as doctrinal insanity."
- Charles C. Ryrie, Balancing the Christian Life: 25th Anniversary Edition

9. "There could be no such experience if death means extinction or cessation. Death always means separation, and it does in Romans 6 as well."
- Charles C. Ryrie, Balancing the Christian Life: 25th Anniversary Edition

10. "In other words, the death to sin of Romans 6 is a separation from the power of the sin nature to cause the believer to continue in sin. It"
- Charles C. Ryrie, Balancing the Christian Life: 25th Anniversary Edition

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