“I fear that we’ve been asking God to move mountains, forgetting that God also wants to move us. And in fact, it may be possible that we are the mountains that need to be moved.”
Could it be that at times, we’re part of the problem rather than part of God’s solution?
That quote comes from Eugene Cho’s book, “Underrated: Are We More in Love With the Idea of Changing the World Than Actually Changing the World?”
My answer to the question posed by the book title is, of course! It’s far easier to post for or against something on social media than to actually do something to make things better.
That’s why at yChurch, one of our three emphases is contributing meaningfully. There’s surely no lack of people and causes to whom we could make a meaningful contribution.
The challenge is to break through the noise and personal inertia to do something specific, for someone specific, somewhere specific.
It doesn’t have to be a dream scenario. It may not be your first choice. But if you can do it as for Jesus, it’s worth doing. So go for it, friend. Do something specific, for someone specific, somewhere specific.