“Un hombre vio que uno de sus vecinos salía de una iglesia un domingo por la mañana y le preguntó: «¿Ya se acabó el sermón?» El vecino le respondió con sabiduría: «No. Ya lo predicaron, pero todavía falta que lo practiquemos». Si no aplicamos las revelaciones que Dios nos da, nos volveremos espiritualmente insensibles y desarrollaremos costras. Nos volvemos torpes a la obra de convencimiento del Espíritu Santo en nuestra vida. La aplicación de la Palabra de Dios es vitalmente necesaria para nuestra salud espiritual, crecimiento y madurez cristiana.” 

Rick Warren

“Estamos preparándonos para las responsabilidades y recompensas eternas.”

Rick Warren

“Worship is far more than praising, singing, and praying to God. Worship is a lifestyle of enjoying God, loving him, and giving ourselves to be used for his purposes.”

Rick Warren

“love is the only thing that can change the unchangeable.” 

Rick Warren

“While life on earth offers many choices, eternity offers only two: heaven or hell. Your relationship to God on earth will determine your relationship to him in eternity.”

Rick Warren

“Resentment always hurts you more than it does the person you resent.”

Rick Warren

“La tragedia más terrible no es morir, sino vivir sin propósito.”

Rick Warren

“What are you doing personally to make your church family more warm and loving? There are many people in your community who are looking for love and a place to belong. The truth is, everyone needs and wants to be loved, and when people find a church where members genuinely love and care for each other, you would have to lock the doors to keep them away.”

Rick Warren

“Until we mature enough to understand that God uses everything for good in our lives, we harbor resentment toward God over our appearance, background, unanswered prayers, past hurts, and other things we would change if we were God. People often blame God for hurts caused by others. This creates what William Backus calls “your hidden rift with God.”

Rick Warren

“God is not waiting for you to get physically healthy or spiritually mature before he starts loving you or enjoying you. He loves you right now, and he will be cheering you on at every stage of your growth and development. He is not waiting for you to cross the finish line first. He is smiling at you as you run the race.”

Rick Warren

“Many people are driven by the need for approval. They allow the expectations of parents or spouses or children or teachers or friends to control their lives. Many adults are still trying to earn the approval of unpleasable parents. Others are driven by peer pressure, always worried by what others might think. Unfortunately, those who follow the crowd usually get lost in it.”

Rick Warren

“God to work things out instead of trying to manipulate others, force your agenda, and control the situation. You let go and let God work. You don’t have to always be “in charge.” The Bible says, “Surrender yourself to the Lord, and wait patiently for him.”13 Instead of trying harder, you trust more. You also know you’re surrendered when you don’t react to criticism and rush to defend yourself. Surrendered hearts show up best in relationships. You don’t edge others out, you don’t demand your rights, and you aren’t self-serving when you’re surrendered.”

Rick Warren

“A qualidade essencial para a liderança não é a perfeição, mas a credibilidade.”

Rick Warren

“Our habits control our lives. We shape our habits; then our habits shape us.”

Rick Warren

“it’s easy to forget that the pursuit of happiness is not what life is about. Only as we remember that life is a test, a trust, and a temporary assignment will the appeal of these things lose their grip on our lives. We are preparing for something even better. “The things we see now are here today, gone tomorrow. But the things we can’t see now will last forever.”

Rick Warren


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