The Quiet Call of Responsibility

Come take my hand. We have a planet to rebuild, lives to restore and hope for a better tomorrow” (Awakening the Inner Ticker of Life, Inspirational Messages of God’s Love & Healing, Page 14)

As God blesses us with our gifts and talents, we, in turn answer the quiet call of responsibility. We pass on what was freely given to us. “Much more is required to whom much more is given.”

If your gift is to speak and inspire others, do it according to your faith; not according to the opinion of another.

If your gift is to reach others with the written word, be honest. Wait on the stirring of the Spirit for further inspiration.

Stand tall, a cut above the rest. Don’t be dejected by voices of dissension. They soon fade out of the picture.

Humanity is breaking all around us. People in distress do not care about how you cross your T’s or dot your i’s, or whether you describe God with a pronoun of he or she. Suffering souls want to know that someone is there to listen; to hold a hand or stand with another exiting this life or welcoming one into a new mode of being.

The quiet call of responsibility is the ability to walk the walk and live it.

Much is required from the person to whom much is given; much more is required from the person to whom much more is given.” (Lk. 12:48)

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