All right, guys, here’s the plan today. An army is out there, armed to the teeth. So, we are sending in the choir and the musicians.
In the Old Testament, we find an interesting story of how King Jehoshaphat took an uncommon approach when his enemies waged war against him. Instead of sending in his army first, he sent in the choir and musicians. – Greg Laurie
When you talk, do not say harmful things, but say what people need—words that will help others become stronger. – Ephesians 4:29
Sticks and stones can break my bones, but names will never hurt me! It’s just a childhood chant, but although we can put up a good front about hurtful words not hurting, the truth is they can be damaging at any age…
I looked at my friend standing next to me and said, “How did I get here? How did I get from being where I was to here, standing with 500 guys singing worship songs on a Friday night? It’s like I’ve been transported from one planet to another.”
I can say, “it’s time for a change,” until I am blue in the face, but chances are that merely repeating those words over and over again will not bring about change.