Who are the fire-lighters in our lives? We all have them and we need those who are able to say or do that one thing that excites the passion within us to act and achieve. Albert Schweitzer once said, “At times our own light goes out and is rekindled by a spark from another person. Each of us has cause to think with deep gratitude of those who have lighted the flame within us.”
We need to consider another idea. For example, leaders need to be involved in lighting the fires of others.
Whose fire are we lighting by our leadership?
The time given to the words and actions necessary to create that motivation in the lives of others is what changes the world.
Who knows, but in that moment when we stop to extend a helping hand, speak an encouraging word, or give the most valuable gift––our time, we are making an eternal difference.
We need to pray daily that God will grant us the wisdom to see the opportunity, the wisdom to know what to say, and the courage to speak.