I spend most mornings reading the Bible. Whenever I have an honest encounter with that book I walk away encouraged and challenged to live a God-centered life. This is always good for me and it is never easy.
Today I recognize that few people invest the opening moments of their day in the Bible. I also recognize that many people whom I will interact with have never spent a morning in the Bible. This places me in a unique position to pass on what was passed to me. My daily routine is a novel experience for most, particularly those who need to hear from God the most.
“As God’s words give me life, let my words give life to others. ”
As God's words give me life, let my words give life to others. Today I must choose to speak life to those who have not heard an encouraging word in a long time. Their ears are filled with dissent, disaster, and demoralization. This morning, I am uniquely equipped to share truth from God. They may not be God-fearing people, but the power of God's word never fails to transform our lives.
Who do I speak to today? What do I say? Will I embarrass myself with incomplete or incoherent ideas about life and love? Or will I be prompted to speak a simple word of encouragement to someone who is in desperate need? All I know is, if I don't say something then I have failed to invest into others what God has invested into me.