My Favorite Kris Vallotton Quotes from Second Year

My Favorite Kris Vallotton Quotes from Second Year | Millennials with Meaning
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Last week I shared a few of my favorite Bill Johnson quotes from Second Year, and today I have some profound Kris-isms to share with you! Here are the ones I loved most this year:

  • “The greatest resistors of the new thing are people who succeeded in the old thing.”
  • “I’m not afraid of the antichrist; I believe he’s afraid of us.”
  • “There’s a very fine line between inheritance and entitlement. That line is called gratitude.”
  • “You only have as much authority as you submit to.”
  • “If you don’t have a vision, you will either try to stay out of pain or find pleasure. But if you have a vision, you will restrain your options to capture the vision.”
  • “I can believe in you, but if you don’t believe in you, I’m not sure you’re gonna move forward.”
  • “It’s going to be very difficult to have a large ministry that touches a lot of people without money. On the other side of it, the day you do ministry for money is the day that you’re done doing ministry.”
  • “If people gather because they agree and then divide because they disagree, then what do I have to make sure they don’t do? Disagree!”
  • “If being the most qualified is what gives me authority to lead, the challenge is that if anyone becomes more qualified, it challenges my ability to lead, because I’m not here because I’m called, I’m here because I’m gifted.”
  • “When you’re competing with the people you’re supposed to be leading, then every time someone gets bigger, you create ways to reduce them.”
  • “A Judas spirit wants intimacy without covenant. This is the spirit of a false apostle.”
  • “Punishment says, ‘I will get you for what you did wrong. You will pay for this.’ Discipline says, ‘I love you too much to leave you the way you are.’”
  • “You build the best friendships when people are in trouble. You stay close to people when they need you, and they don’t forget you when they don’t.”
  • “There are a lot of unemployed angels that have been assigned to people that are doing nothing, because people complain but don’t pray.”
  • “I don’t want to embrace an eschatology that empowers a devil who got disempowered on the cross.”
  • “I’d say the number one reason why people are demonized – Christians and non-Christians – is unforgiveness, and there’s not even a close second.”
  • “If you have a demonic problem, you’re not going to counsel it away.”
  • “When you don’t get your way, what you do with that depends on whether you’re humble or arrogant.”
  • “Trials reveal the conditions of our heart; they don’t create them.”
  • “There’ll always be more to do than you can do in a day if you’re responsible.”
  • “Whenever you can, sleep on it. If you don’t have to make a decision today, wait until tomorrow.”
  • “Living with other people’s weakness but letting them know that their weakness inconvenienced you brings shame in their life.”
  • “Make sure that things that cannot work in other seasons are your first priority.”
  • “If tithing was 10%, that would be the law, but it’s not 10%, it’s the first 10%. You give it before anything else and trust God for the rest. It’s not an act of obedience; it’s an act of faith.”
  • “You have a lot of influence when you’re not afraid of death and when you’re not for sale.”
  • “The greatest impact you’ll ever have is being where you’re supposed to be.”
  • “‘How do I find my people?’ I can give you all the explanations, but it probably suffices to say, you’ll resonate. You will know. ‘Have I found them?’ Oh, if you’d found them, you would know. There’s something about this instinctive resonance that when you meet someone, you meet a group of people, you meet your family, your tribe, you’re kind of like, ‘Oh! I’m supposed to be with these people.’”
  • “I’d rather be hated for who I am than loved for who I’m not.”
  • “Your destiny is in your people. If you haven’t found your people, you can’t find your destiny.”

As usual, Kris isn’t one to hold back. 😉 There is so much wisdom in what he speaks!

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