Thursday, November 24, 2016

Making a difference.

here are the 4 ways we can make a difference.

The first thing that makes a difference is that make a difference people are committed to excellence. They want to excel and pass all expectations. Push things over the limit. The second this is they are committed to service. They bust their backs trying to help others in need. From helping  a old lady carry her groceries across the road to giving your life as a missionary serving God overseas, a make a difference person needs to do service. At the end of the day though, according to Isaiah 64:6 our righteous acts are like filthy rags. You can work your whole life doing service for others but in the long run they will lead you to hell unless you choose to become a Christian and then helping others is something a Christian should do to be like Jesus. Love thy neighbor as thyself is one of the commandments Jesus puts much emphasis on. In ephesians 2:8 it says we are saved by grace you have been saved through faith and it it is not from yourself but a gift from God. Well, now to point number 3. Make a difference people are committed to growth. That is good to do, because it increases your knowledge of the wornd helps character. Finally, point number 4.Make a difference people are committed to giving. Just as in point 2, I ask the question: You can give thousands of dollars but it don’t matter if you do it as a non Christian. In some cases It could be considered selfishness! Sometimes people give just to get praised by man. How is that giving?  Psychologically you can give because you think it is the right thing to do. How do you know what is the right thing to do if your morals have no basis and are relativistic?  In the long run, how can we make a positive difference if we reject God. The people may be in better condititions in life but without Jesus and them learning the gospel of Christ, if they ain’t Christians, they may well end up in hell and in the long run how is that good?   

I am most committed to Growth, Excellence, and Service. Giving is a form of service to start with. I try to do my best with both. Excellence is important me so I can with God’s help overcome my problems. Growth also is important. I like to grow in character.


I would like to become more committed to letting God use my disability for His glory. It will have good results if I do.And to go and develop it requires more self control, help from God, and letting him help me along this road called life. 







( This is the second out of multiple essays and response questions I wrote for a online class i'm doing that uses athiest writen material. Let me know if it is any good and if i should release more .) 

2 comments:

  1. Oh I like this Evan! It is very thought out and I like how you presented each point. Keep up the good work!

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    1. so I should release more of this type of work?

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