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  • Kerri S. Wilson

Change Maker

I say I want to change the world.

Well, the world is right in front of me.

It's the little things that matter most, not the big.

I can help make things different

if I make a difference one day at a time.

But I can make a difference--a real and lasting different--only if a difference is first made in me.

Jesus makes me different when I let Him make me different. It is, after all, what He came to do--to make me different.

And when He makes me different there's positive outflow--the kind that changes everything.

An agent of change: that's who I say I want to be.

But if I want to make the world a better place, a better world begins with me.

So I have to be better. And a better me begins when Jesus becomes my change maker.

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