Do You Consider Yourself to be Ordinary?

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You have not been created to live “little” dreams and a “little” life.

God has a destiny for you, and here's one man's experience to help you walk along the path to its fulfillment.

During a trip to Dallas, Texas, a young man was invited to a dinner with friends. A man named Dr. Henry Blackaby impressed the young man with these words that evening, “If you obey Jesus, if you throw the net, you will have the most abundant and most extraordinary catch of your whole life.”

That evening, God placed this deep conviction in that young man: He does extraordinary things with ordinary people. The man understood that this word was for him ... and this word is for you, too!

“‘I, the Lord, have called You in righteousness, and will hold Your hand; I will keep You and give You as a covenant to the people, as a light to the Gentiles.’” (the Bible, Isaiah 42:6)

It was through this verse that God called the young man to serve Him when he was only 19 years old and was very young in the faith. Today, this same God who created the Earth and the whole universe, who called everything your eyes see into existence, has chosen you to live an extraordinary life!

You have not been created to live “little” dreams and a “little” life. Certainly, things always start small, but under the hand of the Almighty God, they will grow! God is the God of life and multiplication. He wants to use you to spread His life, love, and power.

If you feel ordinary, here's some good news: with God, you will walk in the extraordinary!

Thanks for existing!

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