What will we die for? How do we want to be remembered? What becomes our eulogy is determined by how we are living our life now but how should we live out our lives to the glory of God? Is what we are doing now setting us up for what really matters to God?
How can we create value in the organisation we work? By making our role and workplace better than when we found it. Don’t give in and don’t give up. Do your best and you will find our niche as you sow into different people’s lives.
We are not responsible for how God gets the Gospel out to the world but we are responsible for the message we preach and the way in which we preach it. When the truth is presented to the lost the Gospel is revealed. If we never give them the gospel we’ll never give them the truth.
God is in the business of activating people of the city to preach and spread the Gospel. In the midst of our trial, are we focused on the trial or that which the Holy Spirit is doing?
God wants us to rise and stand up but stand for righteousness. He wants us to go down, humbling ourselves and get amongst those who are not like us.
God has a specific lane he wants us to run in but sometimes we don’t like the prodding of the Holy Spirit as he tries to shape us into the character that’s required for the destiny that he has for us. God wants us to come out of a place of discomfort and move towards him.
God has called us to be transporters of the good news. We must go with the one who gave us the instructions so we’re not hesitant to go at all.
Can we honestly say we live for the audience of one or are we so overly concerned about what people think about us that we hesitate to take a step forward in what God has called us to do or who he has called us to become?
Are we like John and Peter? When God shows up in your life it may leave you speechless but remember to obey God no matter the circumstances.
God wants us to be empowered to walk out in the destiny he has planned for us but is our heart leaping for God? Do others see the praise of God in our lives?