Sunday, May 10, 2015

No One Is Insignificant!

But the path of the just is as the shining light, that shines more and more unto the perfect day. (Prov. 4:18) 

Have you ever noticed how uniquely adapted each animal is to its environment and its way of life? On land, a duck waddles along ungainly on its webbed feet. In the water, it glides along smooth as glass. The rabbit runs with ease and great bursts of speed, but I've never seen one swimming laps. . . . 

God has placed you in His family and given you a certain mixture that makes you unique. No mixture is insignificant! 

That mix pleases Him completely. Nobody else is exactly like you. That should bring you pleasure, too. 

When you operate in your realm of capabilities, you will excel and the whole Body will benefit . . . and you will experience incredible satisfaction. 

The Finishing Touch 

Have you ever felt inadequate? Have you ever felt like you didn't belong? Have you ever been told that you would not succeed in life? If the answer to any of these questions is yes, then I have good news for you. No one is insignificant! 

Yes, my dear friend, no one is insignificant. Just because you have been told by someone who most likely doesn't know any better that you are insignificant. That doesn't imply that you are. You are more significant than you can possibly imagine. There are many people from different walks of life that at one time may have been confronted with moments of insignificance. You may feel insignificant because of your upbringing, your socio-economic status, etc., etc. . . . . 

Let me remind you right now that you are more than significant, you are victorious. Regardless of what your life looks like right now, when you gather around people that truly care about every single aspect of your life, you become significant not only to them, but to God as well. The reality is that life without God at the extreme center of your life is essentially a life of insignificance, especially in light of how God sees you. There are many people who don't have Jesus in their lives that have achieved a measure of worldly "significance". It is one thing to experience significance in the eyes of the world. It is an entirely different situation when your significance is connected and centered in Christ. Your significance has eternal value. Not just temporal value. 

Tell me friend, in whom do you find significance? Is your significance in Christ? Or is it in the world? With that said, those who are in Christ, no one is insignificant! 

Thank you so much for reading this far my friends! May God continue to bless you and keep you in Jesus' mighty name! JESUS LOVES YOU AND SO DO I!!!!. . . . :-).