Encouraging pastors in small towns and rural communities. You can thrive where you are planted and touch the world from the end of it!
This makes me wonder - - -SHOULD our goal be to accomplish a great and noble task?I think rather it should simply be to obey.But then, I'm no theologian nor a Helen Keller either.
I'm back again - - - It seems to me that if our goal is to achieve greatness our motivation is wrong.
To complete a small task to the best of your ability is great and noble. Most seem to want to do as little as possible, as quickly as possible, to just get by.
If you think you are above doing the small simple tasks, then you are anything but great and noble.CS
Sounds more along the lines of desiring to make a difference in the world...to contribute. That's a worthy aspiration I think.
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