Obstacle or Opportunity?
(James 2:18) But someone else will say, “You have faith; I have deeds.” Show me your faith without deeds, and I will show you my faith by my deeds.

“Most people don’t want every room in a house to look different. They want a flow.”
Jane Cook Wright 1919-2013 (African American pioneering cancer researcher and surgeon; Noted for her contributions to chemotherapy)

Change is a part of living. Without change, we are in gridlock – stuck in past places and times - while life around us continues on its way. Without change, we get left behind. Some of us are already in a left behind state of being. We view change as a burden that interferes with our comfort of having life stay the way we want it to. Whereas other people look at change as a challenge that create doorways to personal growth and new opportunities. Our perspective of change somewhat coincides with the amount of faith we live by. If our faith is limited, our lives will have little change and even less action. But if we live with unlimited faith, then we will thrive, and we’ll be too busy living progressive lives to ever grow spiritually old – all because of the opportunities offered by ‘change’.