Ravi-Zacharias-Obituary

Ravi Zacharias

Atlanta, Georgia

Age 74

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DIED
May 19, 2020
AGE
74
LOCATION
Atlanta, Georgia

Obituary

Ravi Zacharias, head of a global ministry and bestselling author, died Tuesday May 19, 2020 at his home in Atlanta, following a brief battle with cancer. He was 74. The India-born Zacharias spent nearly 50 years addressing questions of origin, meaning, morality and destiny. He founded Ravi...

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A frontline warrior for Jesus and The Kingdom.

In loving memory of a wonderful person. We will love you and miss you always.

Doc., you helped my spiritual growth through your teaching. You always inspired me and demystified all of the scriptural comlexities for a beginner. I remember on so many occasions while driving and pulling over to the curb to take notes from your teachings. I use most of your illustrations in my Sunday School Classes to help other believers in Jesus Christ in their sojourn on earth. Without a doubt, you fought a distinct fight and when you were ushered in the presence of God, I am...

Dice el Senor en su Palabra, escucha al sabio, y seras sabio, el ya esta en un lugar mejor.

Well done to a good and faithful servant of YHWH. You truly understood the application transcending from the Old Testament Torah to the New Testament Torah, the better commandments. Amen and see you soon.

Ravi knew the secret of loving people. He listened. He showed respect. And he brought truth and hope. How lonely the earth is, for him. But how grateful I am that he is in the very presence of the One who used Ravi so mightily, to make others homesick. So grateful for Ravi. Thank you to his family for sharing him with thousands.

Mr. Ravi Zacharias, a true solider of the LoRD, who fought the good fight, and not only kept the faith but taught many of us the eternal word, your voice will be missed. Well done and rest well in the bosom of the LoRD, till we meet again.

One of the greatest professors and instructor in Christsinity. Used his books when teaching apologetics. C. Knight

Ven though we haven't met, you have been serving as our teacher and church father for both my parents and then my family and I for the past 15 years. You shaped my wife and I to be fervent as child evangelists.
We will greatly miss you but know that you had a time and season according to God's plan.
To your family, you are in our thoughts.
God bless you and keep you Zacharias family.
Ashby Pearl Abigail and Sneha