Recapture the WonderAuthor: Ravi Zacharias
Paperback: 170 pages
Publisher: Thomas Nelson (2003)
Price: RM 38.40
What Is Wonder?
As children, it is the fascination with a rotating musical merry-go-round or the marvel at a jet plane surging into the skies. As adults, it is the touch of a hand that makes us wish that time would stand still or a breathtaking view of nature that grips the soul. What makes these things affect us as they do?
Our sense of wonder is a blessing from God, says author Ravi Zacharias, given so that we would be continually amazed at His beauty and creation. But for many of us, our wonder has diminished through the years, and we doubt that we’ll ever be able to experience the overwhelming sense of awe we once had as children. Our minds tell us that enhancement is childish, while our hearts yearn to rediscover this very childlike sense of wonder. So the question is, can life be in tune with reality and also be enchanting without being escapist?
In Recapture the Wonder, Ravi Zacharias helps you find the extraordinary in the ordinary. By learning to interpret life through the eyes of eternity, you can experience life as it was meant to be and find your heart’s ultimate fulfillment.
Ravi Zacharias is president of Ravi Zacharias International Ministries. Born in India and Cambridge educated, he has lectured in several of the world's most prominent universities, as well as in more than fifty countries. He is author of several books, including Can Man Live Without God, Cries of the Heart and Deliver Us From Evil. He and his wife, Margie, are the parents of three children.