Goals must never be from your ego, but problems that cry for a solution.

Robert Schuller

Robert Schuller

Profession: Pastor
Nationality: American


Goals must never be from your ego, but problems that cry for a solution. Robert Schuller

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I'm very proud of all my children. They all have Christian families; they read the Bible; they pray; the kids go to Sunday school; they know the Ten Commandments by heart. That's my greatest honor, and I couldn't do anything to glorify God that could surpass that. That's very meaningful.

Every person is responsible for all the good within the scope of his abilities, and for no more, and none can tell whose sphere is the largest.

Every achiever I have ever met says My life turned around when I began to believe in me.

For every mountain there is a miracle.

There is a quiet place in Hawaii where, for over thirty years, I've gone to draw inspiration and write many of my books.

Negative thinking is subtle and deceptive. It wears many faces and hides behind the mask of excuses. It is important to strip away the mask and discover the real, root emotion.

Never underestimate your problem or your ability to deal with it.

Always look at what you have left. Never look at what you have lost.

Goals are not only absolutely necessary to motivate us. They are essential to really keep us alive.

There are two views of interpreting the Bible in America: that every word is literally the truth without qualification, and then the other view is, it's called plenary inspiration, which holds that all religious truth taught in the Bible is true from God, but each word is not necessarily interpreted literally.

A lack of resources may slow you down, but don't let it make you throw away a big idea. Give God five years, ten years, fifteen years, twenty years, twenty-five years, thirty years, forty years, or more. Give God all the time He needs to bring the resources to you!

Anytime you get an idea, you need people to help you put it together. That is the beginning of an institution. When you create an institution, levels of authority and boundaries need to be established. If everybody owns it, nobody owns it. If everybody is responsible for it, nobody will be responsible.

I tell people, 'I was born in a little house at the dead end of a dirt road that had no name and no number, and you can go anywhere from nowhere.'