Job 28:13 (NKJV) Man does not know its value, Nor is it found in the land of the living.
We live in a culture that values things that are large, extravagant, and many will do whatever it takes to get acquisitioned things. And because of this, we are tempted to look at the struggles in our rather ordinary lives, and consider our victories insignificant if they’re not acknowledged or recognized by others. How do you understand the culture we live in?
It’s not the quantity of the crowd or the audience, or the amount of applause, that determines the value of your achievements. Live your life before the Lord as your life depends on it! And live it with faith, hope, and love even though perhaps you are not getting accolades for it. Know your value, your worth, and it’s all connected to the Lord.
Point to ponder- Remember, your true character is what you do when no one is looking. In this Lent season let’s take our lives to the next dimension in the Lord! Have a wonderful Monday.
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