Craig D. Lounsbrough Sayings and Quotes

Below you will find our collection of inspirational, wise, and humorous old Craig D. Lounsbrough quotes, Craig D. Lounsbrough sayings, and Craig D. Lounsbrough proverbs, collected over the years from a variety of sources.

Contradictions are the impossible chasms that create forever separations. God is the forever bridge that creates impossible reunions. Craig D. Lounsbrough
Either we are running ‘from' what we fear, or running ‘to' what we fear. The former is a choice driven by fear, the latter is an action inspired by it. Craig D. Lounsbrough
There is something of tragedy and a ‘comedy of eternal errors' when we attempt to write great scripts of rescue when we are the ones in need of rescue. Craig D. Lounsbrough
The love hidden within is always greater than the hate displayed without. Craig D. Lounsbrough
Maybe the thing that we're losing is the very thing that has caused us to lose everything else in the first place. Craig D. Lounsbrough
In evaluating ourselves, we tend to be long on our weaknesses and short on our strengths. Craig D. Lounsbrough
We must clean the lens of our hearts to see the state of our souls. However, too often the former is too dirty to even know that the latter exists. Craig D. Lounsbrough
To realize your potential you must look beyond the end of yourself, realizing that where you end is most likely where you actually begin. Craig D. Lounsbrough
Disappointment focuses on ‘what is not,' and completely misses the far greater reality of ‘what now is. Craig D. Lounsbrough
Discouragement is the cancer of great things. Craig D. Lounsbrough
True evil is unlikely to receive an invitation from us, so it clothes itself in just enough truth to make itself look appealing and then it looks to unpeel us. Craig D. Lounsbrough
Fear is my mind painstakingly creating the worse-case scenario and then putting it on steroids. Craig D. Lounsbrough
Despite how utterly massive they might be, it is never the size of the arsenal nor the strength of the warrior. Rather, it is a heart bent on sacrifice that is the most potent weapon of all. Craig D. Lounsbrough
It is the restraint of patience that yields the magnificent in life. Craig D. Lounsbrough
Reinventing myself is a result of not appreciating myself. As such, that kind of reinvention needs an intervention. Craig D. Lounsbrough
Let me be strong, for to be anything else is to languish in the abyss of compromise and to descend to places of impoverishment so destitute that they will squelch my soul and crush my heart. Craig D. Lounsbrough
Comfort is a stance of avoidance rather than the pursuit of excellence. Craig D. Lounsbrough
Avoidance is paying forward that which I would be much wiser to pay off. Craig D. Lounsbrough
Sometimes we can’t quite put our finger on something important because we’ve got our fingers wrapped around so many other things that are not important. Craig D. Lounsbrough
The darkness might hide things really well, but it doesn’t have the power to make them disappear. And when it comes to our dreams, we might want to remember that. Craig D. Lounsbrough
Much like life, you don't complete a puzzle by throwing away the pieces. Craig D. Lounsbrough
I think that the most politically correct finger-pointing that anyone can ever do is to finger-point while standing in front of a really big mirror. Craig D. Lounsbrough
A label locks me into a definition that people use to control me. A vision graces me with an idea that serves to release me. Craig D. Lounsbrough
I need to be rescued from the thought that I don’t need to be rescued. Craig D. Lounsbrough
The best way to see majesty is to strip away everything that pretends to be majestic so that which is fake wholly collapses in the face of that which is majestic. And God in a manger is likely the most remarkable example we have of such a monumental truth. Craig D. Lounsbrough
It’s not that geese can fly. It’s that they choose to. Craig D. Lounsbrough
We can only climb the mountains because there’s a valley that makes the mountain a mountain. Craig D. Lounsbrough
Common sense is one of the most unused commodities available to man. Craig D. Lounsbrough
We tell God that He can have all of us, and then we give Him none of us. And I would suggest that ‘intent’ without ‘action’ is like a body without a skeleton. It just doesn’t stand up. Craig D. Lounsbrough
The real promise in too many promises is a promise that I’m going to be disappointed. Craig D. Lounsbrough