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61 Motivational Sandi Krakowski Quotes

Sandi Krakowski is a respected business leader known for her passion to incorporate Faith At Work and empowering business men and women to reach their God-given potential. She has assisted many ministries and authors to make an impact in this generation. Krakowski has a visible voice on social media as a Facebook Marketing Expert she was recognized by Forbes as a Top 20 Online Marketing Influencer, Top 20 Social Media Influencer and a Top 50 Social Media Power Influencer. Sandi Krakowski works in cooperation with her calling from God to #BeMore

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“What if you spend your time on social media encouraging, empowering, and equipping?”

“Being more starts with looking up to strengthen your relationship with God and then ripples outward.”

“God is not growing tired of you. He is not simply tolerating you. He is celebrating you. Join Him in His efforts to help you BE MORE.”

“God not only loves you, He likes you. He doesn’t look at us as sinful, disgusting people, but as tender children He loves and adores.”

“It’s absolutely amazing what happens when one human being realizes they are loved by God and He’s not mad at them.”

“One of our biggest barriers to success is our tendency to prepare for failure.”

“Expectation is a double-edged sword. For the person who is always expecting failure and always expecting loss, they will find exactly that. The person who is always expecting things will come together and is always expecting favor will see those blessings in their life.”

“We are not promised a picture-perfect life, but we are promised that if we believe in Him we will never go through it alone.”

“The greatest trick the devil is pulling off in our lives today is convincing us that we don’t matter and that God is no longer relevant.”

“We forget who our God is and how great He is when the devil comes and brings his doubt and fear.”

“Insecurity breeds self-hatred, and self-hatred causes us to turn on those around us.”

“The enemy of your soul, your future, your finances, and your life will create tension when he sees that you are on the verge of working in God’s plan.”

“Remember, when you are on target, you become a target. The devil does not want you to stay where you are in God’s will and will try to get you off track by convincing you the rough road is not the right one.”

“Ask heaven to shut the door on the lies and deceit.”

“Chameleons can change their color and even the pattern on their skin. They camouflage themselves to blend in. Have you looked in the mirror and discovered that you don’t know who you are because you have “adapted” too much to your environment?”

“Many of the things we worry about are so big in our heads and then so, so tiny in reality.”

“Instead of thinking about how much you don’t want to do something, think about how great it will feel to have it done.”

“We have to do the work of a champion to live the life of a champion.”

“All warriors have hard days. Some have to retreat for a while. But the truest nature of a powerful warrior is to GET BACK UP, and the only way to do that is by refusing to listen to the negative messages in your brain.”

“Trying to be someone you’re not is a heavy burden.”

“There are only two opinions that really matter: (1) the one you have of yourself and (2) the one God has of you. Everything else is really irrelevant.”

“Don’t confuse your calling with your identity.”

“You weren’t designed to just blend in and you were not created to take the same journey as everyone else.”

“The battlefield is in your mind, but with God in your heart you are more than equipped to win.”

“Perfection is overrated, and perfectionism is a sorry master to serve.”

“Far too many people can’t figure out why their life isn’t changing. They make excuses, they allow themselves to take on a victim mindset, and they wallow in self-pity. The problem is they are making mistakes and they aren’t learning from them.”

“Boxes don’t hold lives and cages aren’t good places to store your dreams.”

“It isn’t ordained that we will win every race, receive every top award, and defeat everyone who challenges us.”

“If you find you are not getting the support you need from those around you, change your circle.”

“When we make right choices, no matter how hard it is, we will receive blessings.”

“Far too many of us end up living in a refrigerator-box-sized life and have no clue we are holding keys to a mansion. Too often we keep our lives smaller so we won’t be so disappointed.”

“Choose wisely where you let your thoughts lead you.”

“If you are not the one who is controlling your mood, others will control your mood for you.”

“The children we have been trusted to raise will have a direct impact on their communities and the countless other people who will pass through their lives. The words we speak over them will shape who they become.”

“Breaking the cycle of pain and woundedness is our responsibility to the next generation.”

“What would you do if you didn’t have any limitations?”

“We do not have insight into the ways God chooses to move and use us for His purposes. Don’t criticize what you don’t understand.”

“There is no room for practical when you are pursuing the passion God has given you.”

“Don’t let the jealousy and insecurity of others distract you from pursuing the dream God put in your heart.”

“You are a tool in the grand workroom of life, and God is trying to love us all through what he does in your life.”

“Forgiveness is critical for dreamers. If we don’t learn to forgive and release, we’ll never see our dreams come true. The opinions of our critics and why they are putting down our dreams are not important.”

“Too many of our dreams are derailed because we are too focused on what others have to say about them.”

“We don’t get to behave like cowards and expect to become champions. If greatness came easy, it wouldn’t have any significance. If everyone could do it, it wouldn’t be special.”

“The wisest among us are those who have opinions and the discernment to know when to share them and when to keep quiet.”

“It is easy for us to throw in our two cents at every opportunity, especially in the world of social media and blogging. Everyone has a platform from which to speak now. That does not mean they should.”

“If the opinion you are about to offer does not support, enhance, or otherwise benefit your purpose, reconsider putting it out there.”

“Do not let the enemy muzzle you. Use your voice in a positive, uplifting way.”

“Let the words you speak mirror the life you want to live.”

“Mindfully, intentionally, and actively choose to extend mercy.”

“Kindness is currency that has a multiplying exchange. The more you give away, the more you get back.”

“God so loved the entire world that He gave His only Son, Jesus. Don’t be confused by those who would have you believe God only loved a select few and the rest are doomed. Ignore that lie.”

“Far too many people who call themselves Christians are so afraid of the devil that they never reach into the darkness to bring light.”

“Don’t shy away from spiritual growth just because there is some pain involved. You know the outcome is worth it.”

“Apathy is a thief of ambition, a stealer of dreams.”

“Instead of worrying about maximizing your productivity, consider maximizing your faith”

“The value that God has placed inside each of us is a gift to the world. Stop competing with everyone. When we do this we lessen the value God created in us.”

“Small acts of courage change the course of history.”

“The world’s top performers—athletes, leaders, scientists—have a “head battle” just as you do. The only difference is this: They know how to get out of their head and into the game.”

“I’ve never met anyone who has done something significant in life without taking risks!”

“I will never again allow my circumstances to be greater than Him.”

“It’s time to connect with your purpose.”

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31 Captivating Lysa TerKeurst Quotes

Lysa TerKeurst Bestselling Author and Speaker of Proverbs 31 Ministries Lysa TerKeurst is a New York Times Bestselling Author and Speaker. With a list of inspirational books about her life, TerKeurst most notably serves as President of Proverbs 31 Ministries. These quotes from Lysa TerKeurst will offer you the right amount of encouragement for pursuing your own successful writing and speaking career.

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“The enemy wants us to think the Bible is too complicated to understand and too difficult to live out. This is nothing more than an evil marketing plan crafted in the depths of hell to sell you something you don’t have to buy.”

“It’s impossible to hold up the banners of victim and victory at the same time.”

“Never is a woman so fulfilled as when she chooses to underwhelm her schedule so she can let God overwhelm her soul.”

“The one who obeys God’s instruction for today will develop a keen awareness of His direction for tomorrow.”

“Forgiveness is mandatory; reconciliation is optional.”

“Rejection steals the best of who I am by reinforcing the worst of what’s been said to me.”

“The Devil is vicious, but he’s not victorious.”

“On the other side of every hardship is a resurrection.”

“When the world beats you down, open up your Bible.”

“If the enemy can isolate us, he can influence us.”

“We don’t have to fear death as an end. It’s another beginning.”

“If our souls never ached with disappointments and disillusionments, we’d never fully admin and submit to our need for God.”

“God isn’t ever going to forsake you, but He will go to great lengths to remake you.”

“There are many things God longs to help us with, but at the core of it all, He longs to help us through the process of being made into the image of Christ.”

“Some things won’t be fixed this side of eternity; they just have to be walked through.”

“God loves me too much to answer my prayers at any other time than the right time.”

“I am the one who decides if their statements have power over me or not.”

“God wants us transformed but Satan wants us paralyzed.”

“It’s our choice whether we stay stuck in our hurt or get renewed in our hearts.”

“News and truth aren’t always one and the same…Truth is what factors God into the equation.”

“Sin is such a lie. It promises to fill the gaps of our disappointments with satisfaction. In reality, it goes straight to our hearts and fills them with shame.”

“I wish every temptation had a warning label on it so we’d know what we’re getting ourselves into…Temptation only works if our enemy keeps the consequences hidden from us.”

“Remember, Satan knows how powerful God’s Word is, and he wants to keep it from us. Don’t let him.”

“God is the author of the Truth that empowers us. Satan is the author of the deception that imprisons us. And once he’s isolated and imprisoned us, his plan is to destroy us.”

“Satan rebelled against the Creator and he wants you to do the same, to be caught in pursuits that never satisfy. The enemy wants you to be enamored with the pleasures of created things more than the pleasures of the Creator Himself.”

“Comfort isn’t a solution to seek; rather, it’s a byproduct we’ll reap when we stay close to the Lord.”

“Tears are the truest connection we have with others, and trust is the truest connection we have with God.”

“Perfection intimidates. Compassion inspires.”

“Give yourself permission not to be perfect.”

“No human should have to carry the weight of being their own god, but so many do.”

“Being hurt isn’t the worst thing in the world. It’s actually the very thing that makes us closer to Jesus and closer to our fellow humans. In a world of differences we are so very united when we simply cry together.”

Here is a look at the inspiring story of Lysa TerKeurst from her Elevation Church