The problem with Prosperity Theology is not that it promises too much, but that it aims for so little. What God promises us in Christ is far above anything that can be measured in earthly wealth - and believers are not promised earthly wealth nor the gift of health.

— Albert Mohler

The most heartwarming Albert Mohler quotes that will activate your desire to change

Convictions are not merely beliefs we hold; they are those beliefs that hold us in their grip.


When a denomination begins to consider doctrine divisive, theology troublesome, and convictions inconvenient, consider that denomination on its way to a well-deserved death.


At the end of the day, the biggest obstacle to evangelism is Christians who don’t share the gospel.


God is most beautifully praised when His people hear His Word, love His Word, and obey His Word.


Hell will be filled with people who were avidly committed to Christian values.


The Christian church does not ask the U.

S. Supreme Court, or any other human court, what marriage is. Marriage is a pre-political institution defined by our Creator - for His glory and for human flourishing.


Don’t allow the Internet to become your congregation. YouTube is a horrible place to go to church.


The absence of consistent biblical worldview thinking is a key mark of spiritual immaturity.


In the end, the church will either declare the truth of God's Word, or it will find a way to run away from it.


The true test of our worldview is what we find entertaining.


Hang on to this with your life: "In the world you will have tribulation.

But take heart; I have overcome the world."


Is it our task to force the biblical doctrine of God to answer to modern culture, or (is it our task) to address modern culture with the biblical doctrine of God? If modern culture-or any culture-establishes the baseline for the doctrine of God, such a doctrine will certainly bear little resemblance to the God of the Bible.


About Albert Mohler

Quotes 39 sayings
Birthday October 19, 1959

Sadly, the doctrinal ignorance in the pulpits of today is being replicated in the doctrinal ignorance and indifference of the pews, and the people are not even seeing the picture, much less getting it.


Well, I would have to say as a Christian that I believe any belief system, any world view, whether its Zen Buddhism or Hinduism or dialectical materialism for that matter, Marxism, that keeps persons captive and keeps them from coming to faith in the Lord Jesus Christ, yes, is a demonstration of satanic power.


Every great leader is a great teacher, and the greatest leaders seize every opportunity to teach well.


Just ended a conversation with one of America's most famous atheists with "God bless you." Couldn't help it. And I meant it. And he knew it.


This generation must get deadly serious about the problem of Biblical illiteracy.


There is no Christian Gospel if history simply unwinds into a meaningless puddle, if the cosmos simply escapes into a cataclysmic black hole, or if the universe finally dies of exhausted energy. Without belief in a biblical eschatology, there is no Christian hope. Without a sense of perfect moral judgment in the end, the human heart is homeless.


We have a lowest-common-denominator Christianity being taught in so many denominations that has produced a people who simply do not know some of the most basic Christian truths.


A church determined to hold only those doctrines that a secular world finds adequately comprehensible is a church that will hold to no central vital Christian teaching whatsoever.


Are science and Christianity friends? The answer to that is an emphatic yes, for any true science will be perfectly compatible with the truths we know by God's revelation. But this science is not naturalistic, while modern science usually is.


You cannot coherently affirm the Christian-truth claim and the dominant model of evolutionary theory at the same time.


So the controversy over Duck Dynasty sends a clear signal to anyone who has anything to risk in public life: Say nothing about the sinfulness of homosexual acts or risk sure and certain destruction by the revolutionaries of the new morality. You have been warned.


You have no idea, right now, what some young person in your church will mean for the cause of Christ. Lean in, encourage, mentor, think big.


Passionate leaders driven by passionate beliefs draw passionate followers.


To be a leader is to communicate constantly, skillfully, intentionally, and strategically


Our responsibility is to get God's word to their ears.

Only God can get the word from their ears to their heart.


An institution has to decide, and it's not just an option, it's a responsibility, how much diversity can be tolerated.


The therapeutic concerns of the culture too often set the agenda for evangelical preaching.


A biblical standard of sexuality is not merely a test of evangelical consistency. It is a test of evangelical authenticity and integrity.


To no surprise, the theories and structures of naturalistic science affirm naturalistic assumptions.


Everyone is in a hurry. The persons whom I lead in worship, among whom I counsel, visit, pray, preach, and teach, want shortcuts. They want me to help them fill in the form that will get them instant credit (in eternity). They are impatient for results. They have adopted the lifestyle of a tourist and only want the high points. . . . The Christian life cannot mature under such conditions and in such ways.


In the end, an impatience with the Word of God can be explained only by an impatience with God. We all, both individually and congregationally, neglect God's Word to our own ruin.


A close look at many churches will reveal that a central problem is the lack of biblical maturity among the men.


Don't Just Do Something: Stand There. Don't Just Stand There: Do Something.


If the college you visit has a bookstore filled with t-shirts rather than books, find another college.


This generation must know that the total truthfulness of the bible is under continual assault.


Authentic Christian Preaching carries a note of authority and a demand for decisions not found elsewhere in society.