A life of service or ministry can be described
in many ways. It is filled with
obstacles like a hurdler faces. It can
require great bursts of energy or effort for short periods of time like a
sprinter. It will need strategy that bests suits your strengths like a middle
distance or long distance runner. It has
to have a consistency like a marathoner has.
It may call for feats of strength like a weightlifter or acts of daring
do like a gymnast or diver. All in all,
a life of service or ministry does not have an automatic form for it to follow;
it just requires a commitment that will be rewarded based upon what you were
willing to put into it. So, I guess that
means a life of service is like a computer program: Garbage in/garbage out, or better yet, GREATNESS
IN/GREATNESS OUT! You choose!
Posted on Tue, October 24, 2017
by Dr. Daryl J. Vining, Sr.