I’m being pretty selfish here…

I’m working on a writing project for ChristNow.com. It’s a series of┬ádevotions for children on Jesus. We’ll be launching a new ministry called Christ Kids to help raise kids in the fullness of Christ.

Anyway, I’m loving the simplicity of approaching Jesus that this project is forcing me to take. I’m taking one verse at a time, picking it apart, culling it for signs of Jesus. I feel like I’m panning for gold.

Colette prayed this morning, “Father, reveal what you want the kids to know about Jesus.”

Although the audience of this work will be children, I’m taking so much in, and drawing close to the King. I’m being pretty selfish here – eating what was meant for the kids and feasting on it myself.

Like eating half the cake in private, then telling them there was only ever half a cake.

But I know there’ll be enough of Jesus to go around when I’m done with him. He is life eternal.

Chris Heinz is the Founder and CEO of Munyay, which creates coaching tools to help you love your life and work. He's also the Vice President of Human Resources for EnergyCAP, Inc. and is an Associate Certified Coach with the International Coach Federation, a Certified Professional Life Coach, and a Certified Gallup Strengths Coach. Chris enjoys coaching people, writing, and speaking on the topics of engagement, coaching, and strengths. He blogs often at www.Munyay.com/blog.

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3 thoughts on “I’m being pretty selfish here…

  1. Isn’t it the truth- anytime we allow God to use us to bless or teach or help others, we come away the blessed and encouraged ones. May God get His glory from your efforts ­čÖé

  2. Today in prayer the Lord asked if we want a bite or perhaps even a whole sandwich but He said why not ask for a feast. Because a feast is not a feast without a guests to share. I pray as you feast you know that it’s a banquet you are inviting many guests to. And like a kids celebration the beauty is the parents who come along expecting nothing