Morning Line: Encouragement is Power

Morning Line: Encouragement is Power!

“If your gift is to encourage others, be encouraging.” Romans 12:8


Many who quit would have kept going if they had just received a word of encouragement from someone. Encouragement is so vital that the Scriptures rank it up there with gifts like teaching and leadership (See Romans 12:6-8). A story that illustrates the power of encouragement. Jackie Robinson was the first black player in the U. S. to play major league baseball. While breaking baseball’s color barrier, he faced jeering crowds in every stadium. One day in his home stadium in Brooklyn, he made an error and his own fans began to boo him. As he stood, humiliated, at second base, “Pee Wee” Reese came over and stood next to him. He put his arm around Robinson and they faced the crowd together. The fans grew quiet. Robinson later said that arm around his shoulder saved his career!

Who can you put your arm of encouragement around today and save a life? Ask the Holy Spirit to guide you to that person.

 A LOOK, A WORD, A GESTURE, A HUG, can change a Life and Destiny!   

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