I don’t have any problem being passionate when trying a case where I strongly believe in the cause of my client. In fact, at least one judge has instructed me to “stand down off the witness,” when I was in the middle of fierce cross-examination because the witness was trying to prevent the father of her child from having a relationship with his son. Yeah, my passion was running pretty hot that day. Although these earthly victories can positively change lives, it’s even more important to have passion for the eternal.

What does that look like?

Well, for example, do we speak of how God has transformed us, without any of the evidence of His transforming power in our life? When God transforms us, He changes everything about us and we are in such awe of what He has done and what He is doing that it fills us to overflowing. It’s so powerful that it can’t be hidden.

Belief is transformed into passion.

Because of His love, we become passionate about Him and He makes our words powerful and wise. Without love, even our most wise words are simply just disturbing noise. The Bible say: “If I speak in the tongues of men and of angels, but have not love, I am a noisy gong or a clanging cymbal. (1 Corinthians 13:1)

The key to becoming passionate about what matters, is to become carried away by God’s love.

God’s love cannot be faked. When we are living deep in His fountain, His love flows through us so that people see it in our eyes and hear it in our voice. His love is evident in every aspect of our life. We don’t leave Him in church or at home. We are carriers of the most important message others will ever hear—that eternal message of hope and forgiveness in Christ. God’s message of redemption merits our most passionate delivery.

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