destruction and loss

Why Destruction and Loss Are Good: Day 26 – Light the World, Build the Kingdom (Year 2)

Most of the time when something devastating happens, when there is destruction and loss, we automatically see that as a bad thing. But destruction is a natural part of the creative process. It’s a natural part of creating a higher level of order. In this segment I share a story about my mom and her house remodel and also lessons from the Children of Israel who wandered in the wilderness for 40 years before entering their promised land.

It’s like the Phoenix rising from the ashes. Without the fire and devastation, there would be no Phoenix rising.

How the Challenge Works

Step 1: Ask God each day, “What is one thing I can do to light the world and build the kingdom today?”

Step 2: ACT upon whatever He leads you to do. Go through the day EXPECTING for opportunities to arise.

Step 3: Document somewhere — in your private journal or on your favorite social media platform.

Step 4: Share! If you share publicly, please use our hash tags: #BuildTheKingdom and #LightTheWorldNow so I can cheer you on! If you’re going to be documenting privately, I recommend sharing your experience with a close friend or accountability partner. There is power in the sharing.

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