By Brad Campbell –
The owners of this old bicycle placed it in front of their business, added some flowers and extra touches, and gave it a new purpose.
I had a neighbor tell me once that his wife bought junk and sold antiques. As funny as that sounds, I think we can all relate to that type of re-purposing.
Perhaps today you are one of those friends who finds yourself wondering what God is up to, trying to see some light at the end of the proverbial tunnel, or just realizing some unanticipated changes in your life. I cannot pretend to know what is going on in your world today, but I can guarantee that sometimes the Lord seeks to repurpose us into different places or positions and certainly into different people.
Thank God He chose to take my life several years ago and repurpose me for something greater — being a child of His!
Allow me to challenge you for the week ahead to commit to grow where He places you. That may mean a different place with a slightly different purpose, but shine for Him wherever that is. And remember to be thankful that He finds us useful at all!
Just a thought.