Make a Difference

The author discussed the Apostle Paul’s speech before a Jewish synagogue and then compared and contrasted to a speech before a council of Greek philosophers in Athens. The only common point was the conclusion centered on the fact and meaning of the resurrection of Jesus.

The approaches and arguments could not have been more different.

The conclusion?

Paul wasn’t trying to make a point. He was trying to make a difference.

Irresistible, Andy Stanley

When we open our favorite social media app, perhaps we could pause and consider–am I just trying to make some point? Ah, ha! Gotcha! Boy, that was a zinger.

Or perhaps we close the app and go out to be of service and make a difference in a life.

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