Life lesson: You are a World Changer
The word radical seems to have a negative connotation. Take a close look at its definition:
rad·i·cal/ˈradikəl/Noun: A person who advocates thorough or complete political or social reform. Adjective: (esp. of change or action) Relating to or affecting the fundamental nature of something; far-reaching or thoroughThe call to be a World Changer sounds a bit like the call to be a radical believer, a radical Christian, a radical follower of Christ. Aren’t those people crazy? I am beginning to believe we have to be crazy NOT to live radical lives. We should be agents of change. Our lives should be noticeably different than nonbelievers. We should work for social reform. We should have a cause. We should passionately work to make our mark on society and the World. Our impact should be far-reaching, it should be thorough. We should be difference makers.
This presents some great questions for consideration should you chose to accept the mission to change the world:
- What am I passionate about? (your cause)
- How has my life’s journey made me unique/different? (your testimony)
- Where do my talents lie? (your gifts)
- What is the one thing that defines me? (your purpose)
- What can I do today to change the world? (you plan of action)
Let me know your mission. How can I pray for you? Comment and I will pray and support your efforts to change the World!