Can one person change the world? At 53, my life seems so inconsequential. Have I changed the world? Have I made a difference?
As I look back at my opening questions, I realize that only one person accomplished the feat of changing the world. He spread His arms on the cross more than 2000 years ago and died for you and me.
Maybe if I open my heart to His will and seek Him more, I can also become a person who changes the world?
I dreamt of changing the world as a teen. First, I wanted to be a famous singer, and then I aspired to write Pultizer Prize newspaper articles. I amended my dream again in my late twenties. I wanted to become an educator and media specialist. At the time, my focus turned to change my sphere in the world one person or student at a time. I worked in school libraries, hoping to impact the future of my students. Maybe one of them would change the world.
Today, I write for Christ to encourage women in their walks for Christ. Maybe something that I write will help a Christian woman to change the world.
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Last Week’s Top Clicked
I so identify with Rebecca’s post. I had big dreams, too, but learning contentment and putting my faith in Jesus’s desires for my life is harder said than done. You need to read this thought-provoking post if you have not already done so.
My Favorite Post
Lauren takes a horrific event in her life and turns it into a very thought-provoking lesson on spiritual blindness. I laughed and then quickly sobered up. Be sure to check out this post.
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