Reflections of a Preacher pt. 1

October 1, 2012 2 Comments »
Reflections of a Preacher pt. 1

For the last 15 years of my life I have been able to share the story of an amazing carpenter.  The man who changed my family tree.  The man who takes nobodies and turns them into somebodies.  The one that the ancient scrolls in Isaiah referenced him as Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, and Prince of Peace.  His name is Jesus. I call him my savior.

I have taken some time to reflect and I can honestly say that I believe in and love what I do.  The opportunity to share about Jesus with others always excites me.  For me it’s not about the stage, the lights, or the big crowds. For me it’s about Jesus.  It’s about seeing him work in someone’s life.

It’s not about me.

It’s about him.

 

 

Jonathan Iguina (35 Posts)

Jonathan is the author and founder of ConsiderUp.com. He is a husband, a father, and a pastor. He loves Jesus, his family, writing, and playing golf.


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  • http://twitter.com/BlogandRetire Lisha Yost

    That’s what we have to remember each day when we wake up. It’s not about us. And actually, that might make it seem less fun, or that we’re less free, but that actually makes things way easier and gives us a lot more freedom to be who we are meant to be :)

    • http://www.considerup.com Jonathan Iguina

      Thanks for your comment Lisha!You’re right, it does give us the freedom to live and be who we were created to be.