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Paula White Quotes

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Paula White quotes: fiery feedback from the presidential pastor.

“Your future is found in your daily routine.  Successful people do daily what others do occasionally!”

“Champions have the courage to keep turning the pages because they know a better chapter lies ahead.”

“If you are not happy on the inside, there’s nothing on the outside that will make you happy.”

“By your words, you form your destiny – what you say within yourself determines the end promise of your life.  Your future lives in your mouth!  Your words are containers for power, and by the words you speak… you frame your world!”

“Don’t let your history hinder you from your destiny.  You are only held back by yourself.”

“Anytime there is change, there is opportunity, including the opportunity to fail.  But failing can be a step toward completion of a goal.  You can fail your way to success.”

“You’re either in a position of abundance or you’re in a position of poverty.  Now, that’s every area of your life.  That’s not just financially.”

“I believe that prosperity has a purpose.”

“That’s the principle I teach: find your passion in life and figure out a way to make money.”

“Financially, I personally believe that you should have enough to do the assignment that you feel is part of your life.  And whatever that is to do, you’re going to need.”

“Good doesn’t mean every day is going to be perfect.  Not everything is perfect in my life, but I don’t think everything is perfect in anybody’s life.”

“We’ve all said and done things we wish we’d done differently.”

“Don’t waste another moment crying over what went wrong.  If it wasn’t a blessing, it was a lesson.”

“Life’s opportunities never end.  God designed you to be a continual learner, a continual doer, a continual explorer and a continual giver.  He never authorized a ‘retirement age’ from those pursuits!”

“Don’t let small-minded people cancel the big thoughts and plans God has for you.”

“Anyone who tells you to deny yourself is from Satan.”

“People cannot make you mad if you don’t let them.”

“Remember, when something leaves your life, God is making room for something much better to enter.  Get ready.”

“Satisfaction comes from the inside out, so people keep gravitating from things externally to try to fill something – get a man to complete them, get money to complete them, get a job to complete them – and still find themselves frustrated.”

“What do you like?  What do you want?  What do you believe?  What do you envision?  What do you dream will happen in the future?  Those who have lost a strong sense of personal identity answer those questions with blank expressions.”

“You can never overcome life issues.  You’ll never overcome your condition without knowing your position.  So identity.  Significance comes out of identity, meaning life’s purpose – your why in life.”

“No one sets their life out and says, ‘Boy, this is what I think I’m going to go through.'”

“My definition of prosperity would be quite different than what most people probably imagine or think, because I think that it’s a wholeness word that means nothing missing, nothing broken.  It’s not finances or materialism.”

“I believe so many people live what I call that false identity they are living according to other people’s expectations, associations, their experiences, the labels in life.  And they buy into that.”

“I believe when people can find out who they are, then you can be equipped to handle life’s situations.”

“Some people left you for dead.  They thought it was over.  They said you’re hopeless, you’re helpless.  You can’t be used.  You’re going to be poor.  You’re going to be messed up.  But guess what?  Tell the devil, ‘Go to hell.  You’re a liar.'”

“Life events will not define who you are.  God says who you are.”

“Where do I line up?  And you’re gonna have to make a decision that won’t be just held accountable here for how things turn out for you, your children, your grandchildren, but you’re gonna have to stand accountable before God one day.  Not based on your opinion, your hurt, your wounding, what you think, what you don’t.  Educate yourself.  Know the issues, know the word of God.”

“I don’t give up on people.  I don’t have a dimmer switch.  It’s who I am.  Until I am kicked out, I will be with you.  I don’t abandon people.  I just don’t.”

“I didn’t grow up in church.  I had no concept of God – the name Jesus was synonymous with tooth fairy and Santa Claus.  I had never attended church, was never raised in a religious home, never had any insight of God or who he was until I was 18 years old.”

“I was in school at the time, but at this time I’m in college.  I’m holding up this Bible and I say, ‘God, who are you?’  And so I do nothing for the next two years of my life, virtually, but stay in the word of God and find out what are the answers to life.”

“Life labeled me, people gave up on me, and thought that there was no hope, but God takes the people who have been cast aside and look like trash.  God’s in the recycling business.  He recycles that trash and brings forth treasure.”

“When I say you don’t have to be a believer, you just have to say – you have to ask the question to say, ‘Am I concerned about the tough questions in life?’… being introspective enough to say, ‘Who am I, why am I, what am I?'”

“I have my own personal opinions, but they’re just that.”

“A spirit is a great definition for me.”

“The theme of my life is overcoming.  It is my personal mantra and what I help other people do.”

“I stay in my lane of assignment and do what I’m supposed to do in life.  I have authentic wisdom to share with others.”

“So culturally I understood all different aspects of life – from extremely wealthy to extreme poverty, socioeconomic differences, ethnic differences.”

“I don’t go where I’m tolerated.  I go where I’m celebrated.”

“I don’t just get to wiggle my nose and money drops out of the sky.”

“I have nothing to be sorry about.”

“I’m extremely proud of the ability to really go forth and minister.  Everyone needs a safe place in life, and pastors can be people’s safe place.”

“I want to spend the rest of my life helping people.”

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