Apostle Grace Lubega
Psalm 118:22 (AMP); The stone which the builders rejected has become the chief corner stone.
Rejection is the antidote of mediocrity.
Not all forms of rejection are demonic; you should be able to tell the difference and accept it as so.
The world is full of people desperately clinging to those that have booted them out of their lives or judged them as lesser mortals.
It is amazing the compromises some people make to stay within certain circles. They have made it their life’s ambition to be acceptable to everyone.
But must you really?
History is full of examples of men who rose out of the ashes of rejection to dominate their worlds.
Walt Disney was fired because he “lacked imagination and had no good ideas.” But now, the company he started is presently a 190 Billion United States Dollar global conglomerate.
Albert Einstein could not speak until he was four and did not read until he was around nine years old. He was expelled from school. Is he not considered the father of modern physics who gave the world the theory of relativity and the famous E=mc^2?
Joseph was rejected by his brothers and grew to become a leader in one of the greatest civilisations of his time.
Jesus was rejected and He became the chief cornerstone, the captain of our salvation and the fountain of our lives.
Sometimes, we must learn to harness the power of rejection. In there always lie the seeds of opportunity.
FURTHER STUDY: Luke 6:26, James 4:4
GOLDEN NUGGET: Rejection is the antidote of mediocrity. Sometimes, we must learn to harness the power of rejection. In there always lie the seeds of opportunity.
PRAYER: Loving Father, I thank You for this wisdom. I know how to respond in moments when I feel rejected. I will look within and not without. By this, I will always prevail regardless of who leaves me and who remains by my side, in Jesus’ name, Amen.