wonder woman faith
Lean in, Superhero
You know we all have superpowers, right? Gifts given to you by God, to you alone, to fulfill a specific purpose.
As Diana Prince says: “We can’t help the way we’re born. We can’t help what we are, only what life we choose to make for ourselves. A wise warrior learns from her mistakes. It’s not about what you deserve. It’s about what you believe. And I believe in love.”
She also says “What one does when faced with the truth is more difficult than you’d think.”
People often ask about the reason for my love of Wonder Woman. It’s quite simple, really. She stands for justice. She has a story and she fights for love. Plus, she wears boots and killer bracelets. And a cape.
That’s the kind of faith I want.
A warrior. Full armor of God.
Friends, no one is YOU, and that, my dear, is your super power.
You’re going to have somewhere to serve this week. It might look like a classroom or a cubicle, a corporate meeting, a church, or a kitchen full of too many Cheerios on the floor.
Wherever God has called you this season, be all in.
“For God has not given us a spirit of fear, but one of power, love, and sound judgment.” – 2 Timothy 1:7.
Put your cape on.
(I’ve been known to wear mine around the warehouse at the food bank, and I even dressed up as Wonder Woman to run my first half marathon a couple of years ago.)