Robert H. Schuller Quotes

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  • Never sell tomorrow short. There's plenty to get excited about. Be filled with expectation, hope and confidence. Believe something good is going to happen - and it usually will.

  • If you listen to your fears, you will die never knowing what a great person you might have been.

  • Have faith in your faith-and doubt your doubts.

    Robert H Schuller (2006). “Tough Times Never Last, But Tough People Do!”, p.134, Orient Paperbacks
  • Every burden is a blessing.

  • Better to do something imperfectly than to do nothing perfectly.

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    Robert H. Schuller (1996). “Your Positive Plan for Love and Happiness”, Bbs Publishing Corporation
  • Lord, make my life A window for Your light To shine through And a mirror to reflect Your love To all I meet. Amen.

    Robert H. Schuller (1991). “Inspirational Writings of Robert H. Schuller”, Bristol Park Books
  • Never cut a tree down in the wintertime. Never make a negative decision in the low time.

    Robert H. Schuller (1993). “Robert H Schuller: The Inspirational Writings : Tough Times Never Last, But Tough People Do/Tough Minded Faith for Tender Hearted People”, Bbs Publishing Corporation
  • ...the kingdom of God is that invisible collection of committed Christians that transcends cultures, ideologies... and creeds- all bound by the golden commitment to say nothing and do nothing that would attack the self-esteem, the self-respect, and the dignity of any other human being, whether or not they are committed members of the kingdom of God. The dignity of the person then is the irreducible cell of true Christianity.

  • Any analysis of 'sin' or 'evil' or 'demonic influence' or 'negative thinking' or 'systemic evil' or 'antisocial behavior' that fails to see the lack of self-dignity as the core of the problem will prove to be too shallow.

  • High achievers spot rich opportunities swiftly, make big decisions quickly and move into action immediately. Follow these principles and you can make your dreams come true.

  • As we grow as unique persons, we learn to respect the uniqueness of others.

  • Nothing is more important than honesty in prayer. There are no pretensions in prayer, so the best place to begin is wherever you are.

  • I will! I am! I can! I will actualize my dream. I will press ahead. I will settle down and see it through. I will solve the problems. I will pay the price. I will never walk away from my dream until I see my dream walk away: Alert! Alive! Achieved!

  • All it takes is one idea to solve an impossible problem.

    Robert H Schuller (2006). “Tough Times Never Last, But Tough People Do!”, p.118, Orient Paperbacks
  • Classical theology defines sin as 'rebellion against God.' The answer is not incorrect as much as it is shallow and insulting to the human being. Every person deserves to be treated with dignity even if he or she is a 'rebellious sinner'.

  • I found myself immediately attracted to Pope John Paul II when, upon his election to the Papacy, his published speeches invariably called attention to the need for recognizing the dignity of the human being as a child of God.

  • Roman Catholics utter their Papal edicts, Protestants quote their Bible, Fundamentalists declare their orthodox theological dogmas, and we are all expected to renounce private reflection and peacefully acquiesce to these pronouncements. And the result is that the dignity of the person is violated by such oppressive, intelligence-smothering forms of communication.

  • Since it doesn't cost a dime to dream, you'll never shortchange yourself when you stretch your imagination.

    Robert H. Schuller (1993). “Robert H Schuller: The Inspirational Writings : Tough Times Never Last, But Tough People Do/Tough Minded Faith for Tender Hearted People”, Bbs Publishing Corporation
  • The truth of the matter is that you always know the right thing to do. The hard part is doing it.

  • Quitting is never an option. The cows have to be milked come Hell or High Water.

  • Turn your scars into stars by realising how lucky you are that things aren't worse.

  • God's delays are not God's denials.

    Robert H. Schuller (1986). “Move Ahead with Possibility Thinking”, Jove
  • Impossible situations can become possible miracles.

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  • The secret of success is to find a need and fill it, to find a hurt and heal it, to find somebody with a problem and offer to help solve it.

  • We are born to soar. We are children of God. ... The Fatherhood of God offers a deep spiritual cure for the inferiority complex and lays the firm foundation for a solid spiritual self-esteem.

  • Daring to dream means daring to live.

  • You can think negatively or positively. If you are a positive thinker, you will base your decisions on faith rather than fear.

  • The core of original sin, then is LOT - Lack of Trust. Or, it could be considered an innate inability to adequately value ourselves. Label it a 'negative self-image,' but do not say that the central core of the human soul is wickedness. ... positive Christianity does not hold to human depravity, but to human inability.

  • Classical theology has erred in its insistence that theology be 'God-centered,' not 'man-centered'.

  • The only place where your dream becomes impossible is in your own thinking.

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Robert H. Schuller

  • Born: September 16, 1926
  • Died: April 2, 2015
  • Occupation: Televangelist