Last Sunday, Chester Phelps’ sermon was awesome. If you haven’t heard it, you should check it out. Towards the end of the sermon, he talked about how we all need to go out and do something to show what Christ has done for us. Last night at Vespers, Karen Brown asked the question, “What is our testimony showing the world about the love of God?”
My favorite person to watch on YouTube is Kid President. He inspires me with his enthusiasm, and reminds me to be more awesome. Four years ago, he released a video that was a Pep Talk to students and teachers as they went back to school. He reminds them, “You take up space, you matter.” “Don’t be a bully, even to the bullies. That just creates more bullies.” Towards the end of the video, Kid President asks, “What do you want to teach the world?”
Whether you are going back to school or back to work, I remind you that you are the light of the world, a city on a hill. Let your light shine that all would see the glory of God.
What do you want to teach the world? Go do it.