It’s at the heart of everything we struggle with in life: longing to be valuable, to be accepted, to be prized, to be worth something to somebody, to have a life that matters, and God’s saying ‘You matter! I didn’t make anyone else like you. You’re not a reprint or a lithograph. You’re a one-of-a-kind, original creation of God.— Louie Giglio
The most dreamy Louie Giglio quotes that will be huge advantage for your personal development
Worry and worship cannot exist in the same space. One always displaces the other. Choose worship.
God is always seeking you. Every sunset. Every clear blue sky. Each ocean wave. The starry hosts of night. He blankets each new day with the invitation, ‘I am here.’
God's plans for your life far exceed the circumstances of your day.
Humility is not a character trait to develop, it's the natural by-product of being with Jesus.
God calls each and every star by name. It’s not likely He has forgotten yours.
The Father doesn't give life directions in one big bundle because the goal is knowing Him, not the plan.
People say all the time 'I don't have a good testimony' because they think their story has to involve some dramatic story of change from 'bad' to 'good'. But Jesus didn't come to save people this way. Sin doesn't make us bad it makes us dead. Jesus came to save by bringing the dead to life. And that's an amazing testimony.
Don't overcomplicate God's will. Just stay connected to Jesus. Love Him. Look into His eyes. He will lead. Follow. Repeat.
It's a big world. Don't get trapped by tiny dreams and feeble problems. Time for big prayers and bold faith.
Worship is our response to what we value most.
As a result, worship fuels our actions, becoming the driving force of all we do.
We go from Malachi to Matthew in one page of our scriptures, but that one piece of paper that separates the Old Testament from the New Testament represents 400 years of history - 400 years where there wasn't a prophet, 400 years where God's voice wasn't heard. And that silence was broken with the cry of a baby on Christmas night.
The word advent means "expectation." What advent can do for us is create a sense of hope.
There's no doubt we were unworthy, but we were never worthless. Big difference.
God has plans and purposes for each of our lives.
But the beauty is that He doesn't call us and leave us on our own. Jesus actually lives in us to pull off the amazing things that He has invited us into.
You never lose by giving it all to Jesus.
God's purposes and plans will not fail.
Before you spend all your prayer time telling Him about yours, ask about His.
We may say we value this thing or that thing more than any other, but the volume of our actions speaks louder than our words.
Even if we don't see it, God is always working underneath the surface, behind the scenes and orchestrating His plans and purposes.
To us, waiting is wasting. To God waiting is working.
Advent allows us to recover during this four-week journey.
It begins four Sundays before Christmas all the way up to Christmas. It lets us breath in those moments of faithfulness and helps us recognize that God is working.
This is the residue of sin on planet earth.
Things are broken. People are hurting. The night is here. Darkness is upon us. Yet shining in the night is a Savior, and He has come to shine on you.
As an overflow of my life - the wake I leave behind with my little dash on earth - I want others to fall in love with Jesus and know of His great hope and purpose for their lives.
Who knows who's waiting right now for one of us to invite them into God's family?
Jesus has enough, is enough, and will be enough.
Simply by our proximity to Jesus, we can bring hope and life to people and places trapped in discouragement and despair.
Worship is our response, both personal and corporate, to God for who He is, and what He has done; expressed in and by the things we say and the way we live.
If you're waiting with God, waiting is okay.
If you're always waiting on God, you'll be frustrated. God never seems to work at the speed that we want Him to.
The two great moments in human history are the day that Christ was born and the day He was raised from the dead. These are represented by Christmas and Easter - the two biggest holidays for the church. People who don't even go to church do go on these days.
There is a ripple effect to the gospel that’s inevitable.
There’s a ripple effect to true grace. It doesn’t lead us to only sit and contemplate what hap- pened to us. It leads us to proclaim what’s happened to us—and what can happen to anybody and everybody on the planet.
Your life may be messed and your foolishness may have put you into captivity but Jesus can do the whatever it is that is immeasurably more in your life.
Don't dwell on your insufficiency, but dwell on God's all-sufficiency.
It's time to blow out the candles on the pity party cake.
If there's a perfect family out there, we're all happy for that family.
But most families aren't perfect. Most families are living with some sort of challenge or some sort of difficulty.
There's something that's not right or not perfect or not the way we had hoped or dreamed that it was going to be. But God promises that He will use everything and every moment to ultimately take us to a new Heaven and a new Earth. For now, we're stuck in the middle.
In the end, our worship is more about what we do than what we say.
Advent is the season that can remind us God is working while we're waiting and we're really waiting with God.
No big shocker that following Jesus is costly. The best things in life always are.
We are responsible for our captivity to sin.
In our foolishness, we forget God. However, God intervenes!
The Word of God spoke into the dry bones.
His breath filled them, put tendons (repair), and put skin on...Then you will know I am God...When Jesus comes that will happen.
This is an amazing thought: a God who is indescribable.
There is a direct correlation between your appreciation of what Christ has done for you and the expression of worship
God is coming to intersect us in our funeral processions.
The world has been tragic since the day Adam and Eve sinned in the garden.
From that moment murder, mayhem and war entered the scene and we are still suffering the consequences of a man-driven, self-serving, short-sighted environment.
You never shrink in stature by lifting someone else up.
God is not a taker. God is a giver.
It is because of our foolishness that we forget who God is.
Yet, Jesus is selfless in the way He gives His life away for you.
So if your gaze is on Him, you will treat others as He is treating you.
If Jesus is here we are going to walk out of this place to live our lives to the glory of God the Father.
God isn't waiting on our memo. He is waiting on us to focus enough on Him that we get His memo.