what being in young life ministry ought to do for you

It ought to be so unreachably big that you can only see it through the eyes of Christ by faith.

It ought to be harder than you can handle on your own so as to make you more dependent on God.

It ought to give you enough disappointments to make you humble and break your spiritual pride.

It ought to be difficult enough to make you weep for others that you might become more compassionate.

It ought to have enough demanding,insensitive, ungrateful people in it to teach you to love like Jesus loves.

It ought to have enough impossible,insurmountable obstacles in it to teach you the goodness and power of God.

It ought to teach you how to love when you’re tired, give when you’re spent and pray when you’re weary.

It ought to teach you how to turn your mourning into dancing, your sadness into joy and your sorrow into laughter.

It ought to teach you the power and truth of God’s word, the strength of His voice and the might of His commands.

It ought to teach you to love the only One worthy of all our love; the One who became poor that we might become rich; the One who became sin that we might become the righteousness of God.

A true ministry is the ministry that helps you become:

more like Jesus Christ

more in love with God

more in love with people.

“Therefore be imitators of God, as beloved children: and walk in love, just as Christ also loved you, and gave himself up for us, an offering and a sacrifice to God as fragrant aroma.” Ephesians 5:1-2

I sadly don’t know who wrote this, but if you do, please comment below.

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