Saturday, 21 October 2017
We are ...
"We are what we repeatedly do, excellence then is not an act, but a habit." - Aristotle
If we take the premise of this thought, it could imply that we can become better Biblical scholars, prayer warriors, youth leaders, worship leaders, musicians, and disciples of Christ, if we habitually spent more time on these areas. I am not sure how you feel about this, but on some levels it makes complete sense to me.
As an example, the only way I will ever understand more about the Bible is if I am committed to reading it, studying it and learning from others. This takes a deliberate discipline and an act that I am willing to following through with.
What is God asking me to spend more time refining, so that I can be 'excellent' for his Kingdom?
Living in Grace