How many people are content doing what they know God has not called them to do?
Because of convenience, security or circumstance, some of us continue in a situation that confines them to a comfort zone. More realistically, however, this comfort zone only suffices to meet superficial needs, but never fulfills the inner man.
Everyone is born to be a champion.
You may never pose for a picture on a box of Wheaties or have your face chiseled next to Washington and Lincoln on Mount Rushmore. You may never become a nuclear scientist or fly to the moon. Your picture may never appear in the local newspaper.
Nevertheless, everyone is destined to be a champion, people who triumph over obstacles and overcome difficulties. People who make a difference, who seize the moment. People who have the times of their lives living life and living it abundantly.
Daniel prophesied that “the people who do know their God shall be strong, and do exploits” (Daniel 11:32).
Champions are ordinary people for extraordinary times.