April 18, 2017

1 Peter 4:10 ~ NKJV
“As each one has received a gift, minister it to one another, as good stewards of the manifold grace of God.”

Every person in the entire world was created differently. At some point in our lives, we are all going to have a situation that we simply can’t handle by ourselves. We are going to find ourselves with a front row seat into someone else’s struggle that they need someone to help with. In these moments, it can be hard to know what to do. Fortunately, God has prepared us for these moments since before we were born. God has given each person a unique gift, He specifically designed us for the life He had planned for us.
Eventually, our lives are going to intersect with someone’s at just the right time for us to use our gifts that He has given us to help someone else. Maybe it will happen when we are expecting it, and maybe it won’t. The main thing is, we have to be ready and willing to release what God has given us for that situation. It can be scary to step out in faith during these times, but the peace that comes with obedience is far greater than any discomfort sharing can give us.
God has blessed us with so many good things. We could tell story after story about God’s goodness and still never reach the end of it. Each and every person has a specially unique gift to share with the world. What’s your gift? How are you using that gift to glorify God? How can you use what you have been given, even today? If you don’t know, ask God the answer to any of these questions, I am sure He will be willing to answer them for you.
Today’s challenge is to be bold and confident in whatever God calls you to do. He is always talking to us, we just have to be open and willing to do what He says.


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