There’s something in me that bucks against the grain. The tried-and-true, well-worn path of least resistance that most of us like to cruise down. When I see you cutting that path, something in me awakens.
When you tell me, “We’ve never done this before,” I want to do it. Here. Now.
When you tell me, “It can’t be done,” I know it can.
When you say, “It’s just not possible,” I know I serve a God who parted the seas and raises the dead.
When you say, “We don’t do that here,” I know we can…now.
When you say, “She probably won’t be ready to lead for a long time” I remind you that we serve a God who radically saves.
When you say, “I will never beat this _______” I say, “Let me tell you about 20 people I know who have.”
When you say, “I’ll never get over this fear…” I say, “God did not create us with a spirit of fear.” (2 Timothy 1:7)
When you tell me, “You can’t do it.” I say, “Watch me.”
When you say, “Not here, not now, not ever.” I say, “Here. Now. Today.”
When you say, “You’ll never make it,” I say, “Why don’t you help me?”
Anybody else feel their rebellious spirit awaken in the face of opposition?