This morning I was honored to be interviewed by Jack Jacobs from KJTY: Topeka, Kansas. Jack is one of my favorite interviewers. He always has great questions and is excited about my books. How could I not like that?
It’s weird, though, to think the people I’ll most likely never meet listened to my voice over the radio. As I sat in my computer chair, overlooking the Montana Rocky Mountains, people in their car, or at work, or maybe making breakfast were listening to my words.
It’s humbling really. I mean the other 99% of my day is completely ordinary. I’m ordinary . . . or at least I was until God decided to use me for His purposes.
Today, when I was cleaning off my desk I came upon this verse I’d written on a notecard. Acts 20:24 reads, “But my life is worth nothing unless I use it for doing the work assigned me by the Lord Jesus–the work of telling others the Good News about God’s wonderful kindness and love.”
It’s a good reminder for me, because there are days like today when I’m able to share the Good News over the radio. Then there are other days when the sharing is more subtle . . . but either way, my life is worth nothing unless I use it to do the work assigned to me by the Lord Jesus.