Amazing Steve Harvey Quotes

God does things for us because He trusts us; that when He gives it to us, that we will do the right thing. We’ll open up our eyes and see the plan He has for us. If we’re not going to open up our eyes, don’t worry – you’re not going to have it long. You’re short-lived.


The cookie is the critical part. It’s a word I created for sex and you’ve got to give a man all three things. If you miss one out, he is going to find it somewhere else.


I was raised by a mother who was a Sunday school teacher and a father who worked hard. Together they taught me to give back.


What you want most out of life is the thing you have to give the most of


I can’t cuss and tell jokes the rest of my life. I gotta say something meaningful. I gotta give something back to a Creator who has given so much to me.


I’d have to say I’m most proud of my mentoring camp that I do in Dallas every year for one hundred boys from single-parent homes. I was raised by a mother who was a Sunday school teacher and a father who worked hard. Together they taught me to give back.


All you have to do is speak up. Tell him straight up: “I need you here to protect and provide for us, to give us security in our lives, to help raise these children, to set an example for this boy, who needs to see what real men do, and for this girl, who needs to know what a real man is so she can find one of her own someday. I need you to be the head of this family.” Lay it out like this, and your requirements will trump his mother’s every time.


I’m not a good mother at all.


My mother was a Sunday school teacher. So I am a byproduct of prayer. My mom just kept on praying for her son.


I’d have to say I’m most proud of my mentoring camp that I do in Dallas every year for one hundred boys from single-parent homes. I was raised by a mother who was a Sunday school teacher and a father who worked hard. Together they taught me to give back.


I was raised by a mother who was a Sunday school teacher and a father who worked hard. Together they taught me to give back.


I tell people I’m a stand-up comedian two hours a week. The rest of the time, I’m somebody’s husband, I’m somebody’s father. I’m a man. I take great pride in that.


My father instilled in me to take care of my family. Show up even when you don’t want to show up.


My father was married to mother ’til the day he died, for over 64 years. He’s why I kept trying to get the marriage thing right. All I knew growing up was that my father was married to and loved my momma, period. He worked hard, made some money, and put it on the dresser. She spent it on the family, and he went out and earned some more. He taught me the most about love.


I’d have to say I’m most proud of my mentoring camp that I do in Dallas every year for one hundred boys from single-parent homes. I was raised by a mother who was a Sunday school teacher and a father who worked hard. Together they taught me to give back.