A Compelling Case

action that moves usWhat moves you?

A compelling case for action is hard to come by.

Complacency is often the order of the day.

We get into our routines and settled into the rhythms of our individual lives and it can be quite difficult to do anything different than what we did last week or last month or last year.

Unfortunately, complacency will never benefit our lives.

Each one of us are wired for something. The task: to find what that something is.

A compelling case for action is the only thing that saves us from complacency.

In case you are unsure if complacency is such a bad thing, consider this:

“She and her daughters were arrogant, overfed, and unconcerned”

This is a passage from Ezekial 16 and it is talking about Sodom and the reason for its destruction.

“… arrogant, overfed, and unconcerned”

And they were destroyed because of it.

I’ve the feeling that complacency masquerades. My own complacency I can easily call faith. But faith doesn’t sit back and wait, faith goes forward in action.

Complacency does not go forth in action, it sits back and waits.

There are certainly times to be waiting, and yet can you feel it, that numbness over our days. Like we are going through the motions and it feels real to us and yet…

There must be more ‘real’ than this?

So again, what compels you to action?

Focus on that thing. Invest in that.

Move on that

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