1Samuel 17:32 “And David said to Saul, Let no man’s heart fail because of him; thy servant will go and fight with this Philistine.”
David took up the responsibility not just for himself but to also “take away the reproach from Israel” and defend the name of God. A game changer is not just concerned about himself or his reward, he wants others to share in the largess as well. But above all he want to magnify God.
When I look at the dreams and visions of many people, I discover it is all about them, their family and maybe few friends. They want to be the star of the show without helping the team.
A game changer uses every opportunity available to him to magnify God and help humanity. If Christ had come to die just for his family, we might have forgotten all about him by now but as a game changer, he came to die for the whole world in obedience to the will of his Father!
Esther did same, not just for herself but for the entire Jewish nation. David did same; Joseph was not an exception.
Genesis 45:7 “And God sent me before you to preserve you a posterity in the earth, and to save your lives by a great deliverance.”
By the time the famine started, Joseph was already a governor and very comfortable but he knew it was not just about his immediate family, he knew God sent him ahead of a nation.
Every game changer focuses on lifting their teams. They know that no matter how well they perform on the field, if the team losses they lose as well. Their success is tied to the success of the team.
Friend, enough of this your selfish attitude, it’s time for you to start thinking about the team, the world and the LORD.
Joseph started as a game changer in Potiphar’s house, in jail and finally in Pharaoh’s palace.
It doesn’t matter where you are, keep changing the game, the ultimate end is your throne!
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