Honor comes from knowing one’s calling and fulfilling it with utmost dedication.
Some people never thought they could amount to anything. Hence, they spent their whole life trying to be someone they are not.
we must not aspire to be CEO’s just because being a CEO make one glamorous and powerful. We must never force our children to be someone that we never got to be. Instead, we must help our children discover their calling based on their gifting and passion.
The greatest success is in fulfilling the call and purpose that God has ordained for us in our ministry, career and family. On the Day of Judgment, many who are perceived of as obscure and insignificant will be honored among all. Jesus said, “But many who are first will be last; and the last, first.” (Matthew 19:30).
Text extracted from Pastor Gabriel Chong Yew Chan’s sharing on John 1:19-28 A life of truth speaks louder than any miracle – http://thesolidfood.org/en/john-119-28-a-life-of-truth-speaks-louder-than-any-miracle-2/