Thursday, October 5, 2006

growing up

Do you find that, the older you get, the longer you take to make a decision?
Maybe it's because the older you get, the further you see.
And suddenly, you are not just making a simple decision anymore, but you're facing a montage of possible outcomes.

I like what Martin Smith said:

"I've realized,
that to be a history maker,
it's very little about doing this (leading on stage)
but it's everything about what's going on here (the heart).

Psalm 24 says, "He who has clean hands and a pure heart ...
He will ascend the hill of the Lord."

Being a history maker is about the choices you make,
not about the songs you sing.

It's about staying married to the person you promised to be with.
It's about honoring your friends before yourself.
And it's about walking humbly before the King of Kings."

None of which are easy decisions to make, huh?
And yet, gosh, they are the ones that determine your path in life.

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