Like anything in life, once you’ve established a habit or discipline of something, that habit, whether it be good or bad, is not easily broken. By human nature, most of us don’t like the terms “exercise” or “discipline” but none of us can deny that without these healthy habits being lived out in our lives, nothing gets accomplished. Some gladly welcome a challenge and some do not. However, without exercising self-discipline and accepting a challenge, potential is often unrealized.
God might have to lead you to a small place to share your gift. Better to be in a small place sharing your gift than in a large place burying it. Proverbs 18:19 tells us that our gifts make room for us and bring us before great men. In the eyes of God, the least in the eyes of man may be the greatest, and no one is less important than another from His perspective. Let God lead and let him define who the “great” people in your life are who need the blessing of your God given gifts. Where He leads, there are blessings of peace, joy, and purpose for you and for others.
Let God lead. Let God assign.
Let God open doors.
Let God mold you.
Let God make room for your gift and for you.
Let God shine through you wherever He leads you.
Let go, follower, and share your gifts wherever He leads you.
Love never gives up.
Love cares more for others than for self.
Love doesn’t want what it doesn’t have.
Love doesn’t strut,
doesn’t have a swelled head,
doesn’t force itself on others,
isn’t always “me first,”
doesn’t fly off the handle,
doesn’t keep score of the sins of others,
doesn’t revel when others grovel,
takes pleasure in the flowering of truth,
puts up with anything,
trusts God always,
always looks for the best,
never looks back,
but keeps going to the end.
…GOD IS LOVE, and His love has not only covered a multitude of sins, but God’s amazing love redeems, transforms, heals, restores, protects, disciplines, frees us, and empowers us to give love to others.