Eric Liddell was a Sottish athlete who inspired the Oscar winning movie, ‘Chariots of Fire’. Nicknamed as the ‘Flying Scotsman’, Eric was the first sportsperson to win gold during the Paris Olympics in 1924. People also remember him as the athlete who refused to run for 100 meters during Olympics keeping in mind his religious beliefs. Later he volunteered to run for 400 meters which he won. After his win in Olympics, Eric returned to his country of birth, China, where he worked as an Evangelist and promoted Christianity. A strong believer in Christianity, Eric was keen and patient to spread the love towards Christ and this religion even when China was under a war between the communalists and nationalists. His sayings and thoughts on Christianity and sports are very stirring. We have curated some of his top quotes and sayings from his preaching, messages, and life in general. Below are some of the quotes and thoughts that give a glimpse of his mind.