A Different Perspective - April 10

Attitude

by Berni Dymet

1 Peter 4:10  Like good stewards of the manifold grace of God, serve one another with whatever gift each of you has received.

Doesn't matter what we do in life, it can all ultimately become mundane. People sometimes say to me - well that can't be true. Look at you - you're on radio every day.

Well - sure I love it, but you try producing 450 programs a year and I'll tell you, no matter how much you enjoy it, it's easy to allow it to become mundane.

There are so many young women who want to become an airline hostess. Oh it's glamorous - and jetting around the world. But I've met a lot of grumpy ones in my travels, because after about the 1st couple of weeks, it's mundane - it's the same thing over and over again.

I was on a flight recently and the stewardess was so obviously enjoying what she did. She noticed the people instead of throwing a tray in front of them. It was a delight to watch.

Jesus made each one of us with a unique gift - and when we're using that gift with joy and delight in our hearts - it's such an incredible blessing not just for us, but you know, everyone else around us. 

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