Key To Greatness 2: Dispense Mercy (By Accommodating Imperfection)

2 Timothy 2:20 NKJV | “But in a great house, there are not only vessels of gold and silver, but also of wood and clay, some for honor and some for dishonor.”

Judgement brings darkness and cuts us off from grace. To enjoy grace, we must learn to accommodate imperfections. To grow and walk in greatness, we must learn to not only interface with ‘gold and silver’, but also with ‘wood and clay’.

Don’t judge anyone, including yourself, by where they are today. Don’t put the pressure on others to be perfect before you can accommodate them. Rather, put the pressure of perfection on yourself, by accepting folks, regardless of how and where they are. That’s Jesus’s definition of perfection – of being like God. ‘He sends His rain and sun on the evil and the good.’ (Mathew 5:45,48)

The liberal soul shall be made fat. The more you accept yourself, and make room for others in your heart, the more growth and increase you experience. You start to attract greatness. I pray for you today, to receive freedom and healing from every spirit of judgement that keeps you small and down, in Jesus name!