So if you’ll notice in my comments from the last post, a blog stranger left me an interesting comment. Apparently not everyone loves everything I say like my mom, who would’ve thunk that?
I kept it there (after, admittedly, thinking about deleting it) as a reminder of what I believe. Overall, I believe in the power of one. It’s the reason I’ll vote come November, the reason I pray, the reason I love and so much more. I believe the power and passion of one person can compel 20, which can become 100 then 1,000 and so on (either for good, i.e. Jesus or bad, i.e. Hitler).
So perhaps my last post came off a bit soap boxy but that’s fine with me as that was not my intention and since this blog is not really for you all (I know, shocking) but more selfishly for me and mine, I’m okay with interpretations.
I just had to comment to my new interested, stranger blog friend person that I appreciate you taking the time out of your day to question my intentions. My intentions, as always, are to be a little more like Jesus every day and every day I fall short of that but every once in awhile (typically one in every 4,000 minutes or so) I get ever so close. I don’t think my thoughts and prayers for Ethiopia are too far from that.
Quite frankly I’m not entirely convinced Ethiopia will be affected by little ole’ me but I’m certainly convinced me storming the gates of heaven in prayer for Ethiopia can do a whole hell of a lot. Because that God of ours can change the course of Ethiopia in ways I never thought possible.
So here here to the power of one and let that One be the One to bring Ethiopia to the glory it deserves.
(And in true humanly spirit…how do you like them apples?)