I had an amazing thought today--brace yourself for this one--It's perfectly acceptable for me to not be the absolute best at everything I do.
I know, I know, this isn't a new idea. Many have said it before me, but I think I just acknowledged it all over again this morning as I sat in the Easter service at a church I had never before attended.
It's all about focus. That's simple enough, right? Except I have so many dreams, so many goals, so many ideas!
I know many people do not share my beliefs, so I do not mean to tread on any toes here, but, for me, God is the center of my existence. He is my focus. Everything else needs to fall in line behind.
I've known this for as long as I've been a Christian; in fact, I said as much in one of my recent posts, but everyone needs a reminder of their priorities now and then. Mine just came in the form of a gentle nudge inside, a whisper, if you will. The Man of Gallilee holding out his hand and saying, as he did so many years ago, "follow Me."
If following Him is the only one thing I truly accomplish in this life, then it will have been worth it.