Supremacy

During a training session entitled, “Presenting with Power”, we learned that every great presentation is directed by a governing thought. This is the idea you want the audience remembering when they leave the presentation. We were then taught multiple strategies to support that thought. This is sort of like starting with the end in mind.

I’m constantly challenged to keep my motives in check because they often reign supreme over my plans and actions. The root of our poor treatment of others can very often be found in what we value most. With that in mind, I’m determined today to live a life worth living. “My heart is stirred by a noble theme”, wrote the Psalmist.

The Scriptures name Jesus as the supreme Son of God. We would do well to join with the angels in worshiping Him because every knee will bow and every tongue confess that Jesus Christ is LORD. It leaves me with a great sense of awe to know that we’ve been invited to be intimate with Him. Love first.

Hebrews 1:6 And when he brought his supreme Son into the world, God said, “Let all of God’s angels worship him.”

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