Leaving a Lasting ImpactPosted by: joe Mungai | Posted on: July 4, 2021
You probably know by now how much I respect, admire, and LISTEN to Dr. Charles Stanley.
His wisdom continues to bless my life in many ways.
He is awesome if you have interest in experiencing life-changing spiritual growth.
If you have a desires to impact your community either through your life or what you do, here are few of Dr. Charles Stanley observations:
As you read this brief message, remember this: You don’t have to be a believer to make a difference. So, that’s not an excuse. Each of us need each other. Our communities need us. (There is a reason why you are still alive and kicking), but if you are a believer, I encourage you to develop an eternal perspective in your use of gifts and talents God has endowed you with.
Leaving a Lasting Impact
On this Independence Day, consider the question, How do you use the gift of freedom? God gives all believers true liberty through His Son Jesus Christ. Do you squander that blessing or share it with others? The problem is, some people are so focused on their own needs and desires that they fail to impact even their closest neighbor.
Think about the people you see every week. Do you know how many of your neighbors are sick? Are there people in your church who struggle to make it from day to day? Do you know if any of your coworkers are going through hardships? Most likely, there are individuals all around you who could use assistance. But being self-focused limits our ability to notice those people, let alone reach out to them.
Jesus taught His disciples, “You are the salt of the earth; but if the salt has become tasteless, how can it be made salty again? It is no longer good for anything, except to be thrown out and trampled under foot by men” (Matt. 5:13). In order for salt to remain useful, it must maintain its purity and potency. Likewise, we must endeavor to lead holy, humble, and loving lives, focusing on the Savior’s will rather than our own.
God has prepared the good works that we are to walk in (Eph. 2:10). Our job is to choose to do so.
Whether or not we affect our world positively depends on the focus of our heart. Do you look inward to consider how you can do more to get ahead and add to your lot in life? Or do you look outward and think about ways that you can do more to serve others?
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Joe K. Mungai, MSW, LMSW, CCM, CLPC
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