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December 13, 2010

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Guest Blog:

Godzilla and the Seven Dwarves

by Randy Spencer

 

Some times I wish I could breathe fire like Gene Simmons of KISS on stage - or better yet, Godzilla.  I'd be able to roam the earth and fight weird Japanese monsters and roast them like a Kansas City BBQ dinner.  The appealing thing about being Gene Simmons is I could wear bat wings and roam around like some type of an odd vampire.

Though I have free will like all other earthlings, I only get to dress up during Halloween (this year I was a hippy) or other rare occasions.  We all often feel like the grass is greener on the other side or we just want to escape and get away or be some one else for a while.  The truth is, our own lives are not as dull as we think they are.  Perhaps others secretly wish they could be us. Have we ever considered that?

God has made us all unique and we are greatly loved by him.  The verse says he knew us before we were in the womb (Jeremiah 1:4-7).  That, is extra ordinary! Whether we are a cashier, an insurance salesman, a single mother, a bank teller, etc., God can and wants to greatly use us and our gifts to impact others.  A friendly smile to our neighbor or school teacher or the cashier can go a long way. That can be a big light to some one in itself.  We often think that we have to be Billy Graham or some one "popular" to be used by God.  God created Adam and Eve as common, humble people and we are all equal in God's eyes.

No matter our age or position in life, we each have a variety of gifts.  Examine what yours are and use them and strengthen them on a daily basis.  We will be surprised on how they can and will impact others.  Let me know your stories on how you are used by God.  I would love to hear about them!  Also, if any one sees a Godzilla suit; please let me know... I can plan early for Halloween next year!

 

                                                                                                                                                                                      Randy Spencer is based in Scottsdale, Arizona and loves vanilla yogurt, red grapes, and baseball and Morgan Freeman movies. He is intrigued by UFO's, Bigfoot and loves all things Godzilla.

 


 
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