• Amy Taylor

What's The Point?



One edit away from publishing my last blog post, I listened to a Christian women’s podcast and heard content so similar to what I had written.


For a split second I considered leaving my post unpublished, hiding my light under a bowl. I mean, what’s the point? Two ladies, who did a better job anyway, gave the same message to a much larger audience.


But just as quick, a second thought clamored for attention, louder than the lie.


The point was the Lord asked me to write about a truth He wants His children to hear, and He asked two other Christian women to do the same through their podcast.


Rather than view myself as unnecessary, I saw myself as one light on a lampstand among many, sharing the good news that Jesus is intimately acquainted with all our ways and loves us unconditionally.


What about you? Do you have:


· an unfulfilled calling…

· a blank canvas…

· an unfinished job…

· a song without a melody…

· an unwritten story…

· a dream waiting for your pursuit…

· an unspoken message…


because you see it’s already been done and you think someone else has done it better?

You could be right. Maybe it has been done, but they did it their way, and God wants you to do it your way.


Your light shines uniquely for the Lord. It reflects in His eyes, resonates in His ears, and reaches a place in His heart reserved for you alone. And this goes for your audience, too.


You’ll reach people others can’t and weren’t meant to.


God has a purpose and a plan for your light.


Let your light shine before men in such a way that they may see your good works, and glorify your Father who is in heaven (Matthew 5:16, NASB)

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www.lifeasthebeloved.com

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