10 Inspiring Alan de Jager Quotes (Free List)

Alan de Jager quotes are thought-provoking, memorable and inspiring. From views on society and politics to thoughts on love and life, Alan de Jager has a lot to say. In this list we present the 10 best Alan de Jager quotes, in no particular order. Let yourself get inspired!

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Alan de Jager quotes

The man who cannot obey God cannot say that he loves or trusts his Master. If God knows best then how dare we interfere with His will?

— Alan de Jager


I want to commune with Christ and live in His fullness or I don’t want anything to do with Christianity. I want all God has to offer.

— Alan de Jager


There’s a time in every Christian’s life that can only be described as a period of walking through a thirsty and dry desert. This is where God teaches every believer the need for faith. God has to strip away every emotion, every feeling, and every physical thing that makes you comfortable serving Him. His voice grows quiet, His Presence lonely, His ear seems deaf, and it will do either one of two things: It will either make you find a comfortable rock and wait for God to show up, or it will create such a hunger and thirst after Him, just Him, that you abandon all the “things” of Christ for Christ alone.

— Alan de Jager


People think the Bible is too complicated for the average person to understand. People tend to be wrong. It’s too complicated for the unsaved person, yes, it’s foolishness to him. But for those who are in Christ, it’s a magnificent journey of simplicity. Depth, richness, but simplicity. It’s the fact that the natural man can’t believe that life with Christ is so simple that cause the great “complexity” argument. Stop, take a breath, and believe that it’s as simple as it appears.

— Alan de Jager


So many commands in the Bible require obedience without us experiencing any conviction to obey them. That is when our faith is truly tested.

— Alan de Jager


If you cannot give God glory for something, you should not do it. If a person is not fully persuaded that an activity is pleasing to God, then it is a sin: “whatsoever is not of faith is sin” (Romans 14:23)

— Alan de Jager


Disclosing one’s “deep, dark secrets” makes them no less deep or dark or secret than any other petty flaw.

— Alan de Jager


This [egalitarianism vs complementarianism] is not an issue of chauvinism or discrimination. It is an issue of Biblical interpretation.

— Alan de Jager, The Role of Women in Christianity


I walk into so many places where Christians are gathered and I get all excited, only to find that the fellowship among these Believers is dead! There is no openness, no authenticity.

— Alan de Jager


God is only as far as we imagine Him to be. It’s our fleshly desire not to run to Him that is ultimately our downfall.

— Alan de Jager


We can discover much about God by looking at nature. Take the Trinity for example. The Trinity is sort of like an apple. You’ve got the seeds, the flesh, and the skin. Three different things. Still, together they form one thing, an apple. And under no circumstances will one apple be three things, but the seeds, skin, and flesh will always be three things.

— Alan de Jager