We need to move!
Thank God that I was able to make it for TheEDGE's net rally on 18 March. Pastor Rich Witmer was speaking about being a revolutionary. After the whole service, God just pinned down a thought in my head which is today's topic: We need to move!
Sometimes people are so used to their ways or thinking that when suggestions from friends just come from their family members or friends, they are just so stucked to their thinking, especially from the influence of people, that they just started getting angry at others because of the way they used to think or live. And today, God wants to tell us: we need to move!
Stop saying that you cannot be an impact for your generation, or that you cannot do any great things. Start to be bolder, and with absolute faith, shout it out loud: I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me! (Phiilippians 3:13) Maybe people around you have been discouraging you that you are so useless and you cannot do anything. Start to declare, that Jesus is going to do bigger and greater things in your life. Because God sees the vision of your life ahead of you, hence, start to ask God for that vision, and run for it. For at the end of your life, you shall be able to say: I have fought the battle and had won total victory in Christ alone. (2 Timothy 4:7)
What Pastor Rich Witmer said is this:
Revolutionaries are against the status quo- they don't do what other people do, and won't try anything which people say is possible. However the bible says that nothing is impossible for God. (Luke 1:16) God taught me a lesson:
I am bigger than who you think I am; I am greater than who you think I am. Therefore you need to dream bigger and far more than what you can imagine in your human mindset.
People, we must stop thinking in our human mindset, for what the world may think aggressively may become our influence. Start to move and think in Jesus's mindset. Start to be bolder in your thinking and go for the gospel, for God's power will be with you always. Remember, no matter whatever means you are using to lead people to Christ, except for violence, the Gospel is never chained!