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In a visual world it is second nature to count, collect, and compare what is seen. It seems natural to desire more and from a young age we do. We believe that 72 crayons are better than 12, even if we only use 6. We compare important things too: ministries, callings, follower, and bank accounts.

Yet God only asks us to be faithful. To walk the steps of on our own dance. Yet many of our moves we learned by watching those around us, and loose our partner in the process. Faithfulness is often un-noticed, trite, and hard.

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Why I Don’t Care about your Calling


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There’s excitement as people discover, discern, and accept their life calling. Yet if life were a single day this would equate to little more than putting on a single sock. You have not yet reached the door, and have the majority of the real work ahead.

With this perspective we can accept our calling as a critical step for putting on our shoes before we head out the front door to impact the world. As long as we remember that the world has not yet changed, and our love not yet felt.

What we must care about is faithfulness.

Photo: Trinity