What is your posture when leaders in the world make decisions that we don’t agree with nor support, but yet no one knows how we feel because we’ve chosen the side of silence? What is your posture when the youth of today are without fathers to direct them, to guide them, to share with them and love them the way they deserve to be loved?
When our posture is not to hide, when our posture is to stand for what’s right, when our posture extends itself to mentoring, to help love another man’s child, we change the world one child at a time. Our eyesight can’t be discouraged by what we see or hear, but our eyesight has to be one of hope and faith in God. Believing that if we stand for what is right and do what is right and share what is right, right will show up in the lives of the next generation.
Changing the cycle and direction of where things are going, does depend on each us being willing to make a difference. But this difference can’t be selfish, trying to make a name for ourselves. But we must help someone else’s name no longer be empty, but be filled with love, with understanding and with knowing that they too can do all things through Christ that strengthens them. (Philippians 4:13) So I ask you today, what is your posture?