Remembering Why

Sometimes, it helps to reflect on why you do what you do.

  • Because Jesus Christ changed your life.
  • Because you have a profound and divine calling.
  • Because you see hopeless people all around you.
  • Because you love people and care about their destiny.
  • Because you love people and care about their journey.
  • Because you believe in the truth of Scripture.
  • Because you actually believe eternity is real.
  • Because you know that people (including you) are God’s choice tools.
  • Because you are uniquely built for what you do.
  • Because your part in the Kingdom of God matters.

Why do you do what you do? Please share your reasons.



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  2. A great list.

    I recently became an online missionary with Global Media Outreach ( I get the high privilege of encouraging people making decisions for Christ, praying for them and answering their spiritual questions.

    Just this morning, M. a new believer in the Netherlands said, "I know that Jesus is with me, but I can´t feel Him, is that good or bad?"

    I shared a number of principles and Scriptural truths with her. In the process God spoke to my own situation. I thanked M., for being used by the Lord, something neither of us probably expected when we got up today.

    To be present with the Lord is to be present with others in His name.

    That's a good reason to do what we do.

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  4. I do what I do not just because God called me, that was the cornerstone, but because it burns in me to help others. I am unafraid to tell people the difficult advice that will transform their lives, but also because God is good. James 1:5 “If you need wisdom, ask our generous God and He will give it to you.” Time and time and time AGAIN I have the privilege of seeing God come through for people through ministry sessions (deliverance and restoration), teaching and moments of revelation when people TRULY get it. I am addicted to faith; watching the impossible happen because God is so good, not because I did anything accept say that I would join Him.