“to protect the world from threats too large for any one hero to handle”
In Infinity War, The Avengers, the good guys, didn’t win. But we loved it anyway because we loved seeing all the heroes AND seeing all the heroes working together!
Who had the most screen time?
God gave you people in your life!
Again, this lie being spread that you don’t need anyone, including God, that “you are enough.” It’s according to how big your dreams are because God’s are bigger than I can imagine!
“You can’t be a friendly neighborhood Spider-Man if there’s no neighborhood.”
“Tony, listen to me. Thor’s gone. Thanos is coming. It doesn’t matter who you’re talking to or not.”
Bruce Banner/The Hulk
Heroes say “yes,” they sacrifice, they are team players. Maybe they don’t start out that way but have to if they are to become a hero.
It’s too easy to say “no”
The key is balance – at home – and between home and everything else
How can we know when to say yes or no?
Don’t just teach your family that they are important, teach them that everyone else is important, too. And there are times to say “no” to yourself so you can say “yes” to someone else!
We are given a choice every day to be selfish or selfless.
- Noah – 2 Peter 2:5
- Esau – Genesis 25:29-34
- Moses – Exodus 18:1-11
- Caleb – Joshua 14:10-12
- David – 2 Samuel 11
- Esther – Esther 4:10-17
- In the upper room – Acts 2:1
That promise is not an individual promise but a corporate one!
[ctt template=”3″ link=”5cR2o” via=”no” ]Even if all hope seems lost a bigger hope remains. And we find it when we pursue God together![/ctt]