awesome. i love it and completely agree.
I LOVE Britains got talent.You are so right about undiscovered talent in our own lives and also in the lives of others. I missed the 1st half of the show but my 13 year old watched it and said she saw her friend on there from school.I asked how he did and she said “yeah, he was ok”
Later on in the week I caught up with the Best 5 acts on the website including a family of singers called The Evans.This included Mum, Dad, a young boy and 2 very little girls who were very cute. As I started watching it I remembered my daughter had said that her friend was in a family group so called her to ask if this group was her friends act. She looked at it and said “yeah, thats him” in a very calm way.
“You do realise they are on the top 5 play list on the internet!!” …she just shrugged her shoulders and walked off!
I think familiarity can also be a serious killer on other peoples talents!
I like your challenge, Seth, in the last paragraph – you’ve got me thinking!!!! And I’m gonna think on it some more! And I’m asking the Lord, OK, what do You want me pursue?
Two thumbs up on this one!
thanks for the wakeup call. too often’s the times when we fall into satan’s trap of allowing ourselves to think we don’t matter, and that we have nothing to offer to Him. it’s a completely unbiblical notion, robs the Kingdom of resources, and robs individual believers of the unspeakable joy that comes from the exercise of our spiritual gifts and God given talents.
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