Pain is inevitable, but misery is optional. We cannot avoid pain, but we can avoid joy.

— Tim Hansel

The most useful Tim Hansel quotes that will add value to your life

The disillusionment with our own abilities is, perhaps, one of the most important things that can ever happen to us.


Grace is the central invitation to life and the final word.

It's the beckoning nudge and the overwhelming, undeserved mercy that urges us to change and grow, and then gives us the power to pull it off.


Life becomes precious and more special to us when we look for the little everyday miracles and get excited about the privileges of simply being human


One of the ways that our faith expresses itself is by our ability to be still, to be present, and not to panic or lose perspective. God still does his best work in the most difficult of circumstances.


It takes time to be a good father. It takes effort - trying, failing, and trying again.


I believe that pain and suffering can either be a prison or a prism.


Necessity is the author of change.


There is no better education than your own failures, if you've the eyes to see.

We must have the courage to fail. It's evidence that we're risking to be our best.


Most of us have enough excuses to last a lifetime.

The sooner we let go of them and get on with living, the better off we are.


Our theology must become biography.


God has spoken very boldly about his desire to be a presence in our lives.

If I want to heal the ache and loneliness in my own life, one of the things I need to do is get away, alone with God. . . . In the silence God will speak to you most powerfully. Too often his words to us get muffled, lost, or covered by the crowd of many noises both inside and outside of us. We must have a quiet heart in order to hear God's distinctive message to us.


All of our theology must eventually become biography.


About Tim Hansel

Quotes 16 sayings
Profession Author
Birthday October 16

It's not so much what happens to us, as what happens in us that counts.


Life is really fun, if only we gave it a chance.


Learning patience takes a lot of patience!