Comparison and Complacency

jordantmoody —  May 29, 2014 — Leave a comment

Here is a post I wrote for my former camper’s blog, Devoted Generation. Click the following link to read the entire article.

…This story illustrates many of our lives as we fall in and out of motivation. The right motivation can drive us to improve. But far too often the storehouses for motivation often seem to run out when we seem to need it the most. As a result we inevitably roll in and out of seasons of depression and devotion. I believe fluctuation can be subdued as long as we keep our eyes on Jesus.  I have found that increasing the devotion for Jesus in our lives comes about by comparing yourself to him and nothing else. The key to building everlasting motivating sources for our lives is found in something that may surprise you. You see, comparison can be harmful. It can be a deadly poison seeking to numb us into submission and ultimately regress away from God. But comparison can be a life giving anecdote to rejuvenate a stagnant soul. The key is found in the target of your comparison.




I'm a Pastor/Teaching Elder at Hope Fellowship Church in New Ipswich, NH.

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