Craig Groeschel Quotes

Craig Groeschel Quotes: The decisions you make today will determine the stories you tell tomorrow.
How bad you want something determines what you will do to get it.
When you accept the fact that your true identity includes being an overcomer, you will never settle for less than a miracle.
If you are not ready to face opposition then you are not ready to be used by God.
Offer God what you have and trust Him to give you what you need.
Life is uncertain. Eternity is not. Unforgiveness cannot be allowed to last another day. Are you holding a grudge? You will never be more like God than when you forgive. Let it go. Kill the root of bitterness. Let the hurt go and set yourself free.
The key to success in any organization is identifying, developing, and empowering the right people.
Not taking risks ultimately leads to failure.
Becoming obsessed with what people think is the quickest way to forget about what God thinks.
If you show me who you are being influenced by I will show you what you are becoming.
Your brain does not understand what you are capable of. There is way more inside of you than you can imagine.
You see, religion alone can only take a person so far. Religion can make us nice, but only Christ can make us new. Religion focuses on outward behavior. Relationship is an inward transformation. Religion focuses on what I do, while relationship centers on what Jesus did. Religion is about me. Relationship is about Jesus
Most leaders are trying to figure out the right strategy. The best leaders are obsessed with empowering the right people.
You want to make a big bold difference in this world? Then pray big, bold prayers.
When it comes to your marriage, if the grass looks greener somewhere else, it's time to water your own yard!
What we value determines what we do.
The New Testament is peppered with
Tragically, many people have this faithless, wishy-washy mindset, which causes them to lose the battle in their minds before they ever fight it in the world.
Bitterness is a nonproductive, toxic emotion, usually resulting from resentment over unmet needs.