“Destiny is the Loudest Silence You’ll Ever Hear” -Dr Myles Munroe
My loudest silence is the need, the continuous and constant desire, to advance the kingdom in some way. I don’t want the impact I have in this life to be a small one, I desire for my impact to be massive, like a valley that can fit an ocean or a mountain that stands high into the skies.
The loudest silence in my life is the need, the continuous and constant ache, to love people like Jesus loves them. Jesus didn’t love in a light way, he loved deeply. He loved enough to call sin, sin. He loved enough to refuse to allow darkness of any kind into His life. He loved enough to draw people away from lifestyles that drew them away from Him. Jesus loved enough to take the stripes, bare the cross, wear the crown and the tattered and torn robe, hang on that cross and tell the Father to forgive them, forgive us, then proclaim it is finished.
My loudest silence is the need to make a difference, have an impact.
My loudest silence is the call I feel on my life to pour love into people, to allow Jesus’ overwhelming presence to fill me up and flow out of me to all those around me.
My loudest silence is to not just be one in a crowd, but to lead the crowd.
My loudest silence is to be the voice that points others towards light and life.
My loudest silence is to pray for people and see blind eyes opened, deaf ears unclogged, cancers killed, broken hearts healed.
My loudest silence is to be humble, kind, strong, bold, pure, true to the Word and loyal to my King.
My loudest silence is to see myself the way God sees me and to never see the world through the eyes of the world but rather through the eyes of my Lord.
My loudest silence is to walk into every situation and take dominion.
My loudest silence is to stand in the gap and refuse to budge.
My loudest silence is to be all I’m called to be, do all I’m called to do and become everything my Father desires me to become.
So, there you have it, Lord, there is my loudest silence. Fill this quiet with your call, turn this silence into a roar heard throughout your land.
“A person’s steps are directed by the LORD. How then can anyone understand their own way?” -Proverbs 20:24