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Jesus is the light of the world -- the only light of the world.
No matter what happens in the world, we must stay focused on what it is we are doing for Christ. We can't be moved or swayed by anything that tries to get us off course.

Focus is paramount.

What is your gift? What would you do if money were no object? What drives you? What moves you? What do you enjoy doing? What is that awesome gift God has given you to impact the world?

That's it. Use it.

That's why you were born. 

That is the thing you can't let people, places or things stifle in you to the point where you don't use it. Sometimes if a person, place or thing doesn't agree with who you are, they/it may try to muzzle your voice. I have a problem with that. It really bugs me. Why do people want to be able to have their thoughts, opinions, and movements, while others can't? We can't have a double standard where one person can exercise their rights freely and the other cannot. 

Whatever that thing is that Christ birthed in you, you must use it, because He gave it to you to move people to action of some sort. It can be any gift (too numerous to name) and any positive action. Just remember, God will only have us use our gifts for good things that will help others, not hurt them. 

He is a good God who brings light. "Again Jesus spoke to them, saying, “I am the light of the world. Whoever follows me will not walk in darkness, but will have the light of life" ~John 8:12.


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