Performance breeds Insignifiance

Believing that our relationship with God is about performing for God breeds and fuels our fear of insignificance. Others may see this as Godly ambition, a holy desire to see God’s purpose fulfilled in the earth and associate it with the kind of drive evident in the Apostle Paul’s life. But when the doing for God is driven by the fear of insignificance it reveals none of the peace, joy, or love displayed by Paul. Instead the relentless drive to prove our worth becomes destructive to our relationship with God. The fear of insignificance may drive people to accomplish great things. As a result they are highly praised within the religious community for their good works which temporarily soothes their fear until the next goal can be achieved. But, it does nothing to enhance relationship with God.

The quality and worth of your life is not determined by COMMITMENT to ACHIEVEMENT of an objective for the APPEASEMENT of the REGIMENT of religion, but by  COMMITMENT and CONTENTMENT in the ADVANCEMENT of the gospel through a love relationship with God and with people.

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