A Word with You – September 16, 2020

Destined For Greatness

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I always knew that if my teenage son ever did with stocks what he did with baseball cards, he’d be a millionaire someday. And then maybe I could go on a cruise…you know, who knows? Well, a lot of young guys, when they go looking for baseball cards, just look for the card of people who are already famous. But, of course, those cards have already done a lot of their appreciating while he was becoming famous.

Now, oldest son looked for players who very few people had ever heard of. He would go back into college and see who looked promising while they were in college. Then he’d monitor their minor league statistics, and he seemed to know a couple of specific statistics to look for as clues to future greatness. Then, when that man issued a rookie card (of course the rookie card is the only one you want to have; that’s the really valuable one), then my son bought the rookie card.

Then he just watched it appreciate, and then he would go and sell it and reinvest in some other surprising prospects. Now a lot of people were surprised by that players’ greatness and they said, “Hey, who’s he?” My son wasn’t. He knew what to look for. Now, when it comes to picking God’s future stars, there’s one clue to future greatness that God looks for.

ive and restore that relationship you don’t feel like restoring because Jesus says so.

Hey, are you someone that Jesus can build into one of His trusted disciples? Oh, maybe you’ve got a lot of weaknesses, I do. But once you know what Jesus says, you just do it.

See, then in the major leagues of God’s usefulness, you may be destined for greatness.

© (c) Ronald P. Hutchcraft
Distributed by Ron Hutchcraft Ministries, Inc.

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