The 30-day challenge is over, but not without struggles! I believe I was down at least 10 of those days. To be honest, I wanted to quit. So I asked myself, “What’s the heart behind the challenge?” Was I doing to glorify God or was it because of selfish motives? Was it to bring glory to myself? With that being said, I kept moving, remembering the words of Paul in 1 Corinthians 10:31. “Therefore, whether you eat or drink, or whatever you do, do all to the glory of God.” I’ve found through the years that the more I immerse myself in His word, the busier Satan gets. But it’s cool because “He who is in me is greater than he who is in the world,”(1 John 4:4). That’s where I must keep my focus-on Him who is greater.
I also want to give kudos to the TTG volunteers. During the time that the director and myself were down, the volunteers stepped up. I’ve said before that we have a great team and God’s glory was reflected in them as they worked together to keep life going at TTG.
We will start another 30-day challenge in a few days. This time we will be in Romans. I challenge those of you who are reading this to do the challenge as well. I’ll give you one guarantee-You will be changed!