There are times we wonder, "What can I do to make a difference in someone's life?".
I just want to share with you a something I read that has blessed me so...much.
Just some encouragement for WOMEN in here...
I don't know who wrote it...but it's the words that matters...
Hat's off to the one who penned this down.
YOU CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE!
When you look at today's world, it's hard not to feel as though it is a 'lost cause'. After all, you are only one woman, what difference can you possibly make. You can pray, of course, and ask God to change the world we live in. But I believe He looks to His hands here on earth to show that God does make a difference.
Your hands and my hands are God's hands. To many we are the only Bible they will ever read. If we are to be like Jesus, we can't be like everyone else. People must be able to see a difference in us. If they see 'God' in us, and in our actions, then they're going to want God in their lives.
I spent a lot of time feeling frustrated and helpless. This wasn't the world I grew up in. It wasn't the world I wanted. It got so bad that I didn't even want to listen to the news or even read the newspaper. The overwhelming feeling of helplessness was just too much. So, selfishly, I began to look for ways in which I could make a difference . . . even the smallest difference. And what a difference it made in my life!
Use your talent, whatever it might be, to touch another life. If you sew, make a rag doll for a homeless shelter.
If you cook, stir up a batch of your great cookies for an alzheimer's facility.
The list of things you can do is unlimited. Each one touches a life in ways you can never imagine. And while you are using your talents, your own spirits will soar and you'll feel Jesus in your heart.
Make 1 phone call to someone who needs to hear from you. Let them know you are thinking about them.
I adore greeting cards. I never leave the store with less than 5 or 6, buying them with no particular person or occasion in mind. Then I have them on hand to send(snail mail) with a handwritten note to someone needing a 'lift' or a 'touch'. (You can even remain a 'secret pal'.) Think how you felt the last time you received an unexpected card.
Tell a Bible story to a child.
Make a phone call to your local politician, let them know what you support and that 'you' do care what they are doing. Christians don't have to be silent. Speak up! You see, you aren't helpless.
Still feeling like there's nothing you can do?
Do you realize that if each of us only did a couple of things a week for others how many lives we would touch for Jesus!
I personally want to give you my heartfelt "Thank you!".
Spread the word that we are loved unconditionally by a Father who is never too busy to talk with us, walk with us and hold us up.
And we are His hands.