All or Nothing! Mentoring Moments, the 1 min blog
Yesterday I saw an advertisement for a luxury car. It said, “The greatest test of power is control.” There is something to be said for stability, not just in a car, but in a leader as well. Chemically speaking, being unstable means being highly reactive, and can condense, decompose, polymerize, or become self-reactive quite easily due to pressure or temperature.
Let’s look at this closely. To condense is to become smaller, sort of the shrinking violet. To decompose is to deteriorate and fall apart. When we polymerize, we mutate into something we were never meant to be. Self-reactive is to implode, self-sabotage and be our own worst enemy.
Our prayer this week is to be delivered from instability. Let’s focus on meekness, power under control, easy to handle, fun to drive. James 1 says the unstable man won’t get anything from the Lord. And Jesus says the meek will inherit the earth. So our stability could be the difference between all or nothing at all.
Success and progress!