Useful to God At Any Age

If only I were younger, then I could plan my life better…this age complex is one of the biggest excuses people make to bind their effectiveness.  Almost everyone I meet is either “too young” or “too old.” Nonsense!  Be optimistic about your present age.

E.W. Kenyon didn’t start writing until he was 57 years of age.  He wrote three of his most treasured books, In His Presence, The Hidden Man, and The Blood Covenant when he was nearly 80 years old.

Refuse to be caught in that deceitful web of “age bondage,” whether young or old.  Be useful to God at your present age, whatever it is.

From the book, Living Without Fear by Don Gossett