Record the vision and inscribe it on tablets that the one who reads it may run. – Habakkuk 2:2
If we fail to grasp a clear picture of our Everest – God’s highest and best for us – we are apt to settle into mediocrity. The following thoughts may challenge you to start on a path that requires self-reflection and, therefore, courage. But, if you’ll do your part, God can direct you out of a life of quiet desperation into a life of divine inspiration.
- Honest self-assessment is the first step to change. A good way to do this is by asking the question, “What is it that I truly want as a result of my faith?” If the answer is not clear, you may feel lost or aimless. It requires courage to define what it is that you are longing for. Once you have identified what you most desire, you remove the mask of “not caring.” [Read more…]