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Penning Purpose: Why Kingdom Leaders Should Share Their Stories


 







#1 For Kingdom Advancement


"A kingdom leader is someone who recognizes and submits to the supreme authority of Christ, and takes risks to increase the Kingdom." Gone are the days when Christians sit idle and let the world write books, produce music, influence the arts, and dominate the education, health, or technology sectors. Believers from all over are rising and realizing that the Kingdom needs them. God desires to release the Kingdom of God through you. You are made in the image of God. Our God is a creator, and He uses His people on earth to create.


God has placed a message in your heart, and this message has the power to change lives. Consider the example of C.S. Lewis, whose works like "Mere Christianity" and "The Chronicles of Narnia" have influenced millions of readers, guiding them towards a deeper understanding of faith. His willingness to write and publish has left a lasting legacy that continues to advance the Kingdom.


#2 To Change Lives


Writing a book isn't just about sharing knowledge; it's about transforming hearts and minds. When Kingdom leaders put their divinely inspired messages into words, they create a tangible resource that can reach beyond their immediate circles. Books have the unique ability to travel across borders, transcend time, and speak to individuals in their most private moments. They can offer guidance, comfort, and inspiration long after the author has moved on to other endeavors.


Consider the impact of Rick Warren's "The Purpose Driven Life." This book has sold over 50 million copies worldwide and has been translated into 85 languages. Its message has helped countless individuals discover their purpose in Christ and transform their lives. Your book can be the catalyst for someone's spiritual awakening or the support they need during a difficult season. By publishing your message, you ensure that the light of God's wisdom shines far and wide, changing lives in profound and unexpected ways.


Proverbs 18:21 says, "Death and life are in the power of the tongue, and those who love it will eat its fruits." Your words, whether spoken or written, hold the power to bring life to those who need it most.


#3 To Share Your Gift


Studies show that 81% of Americans feel they should write a book, but less than a quarter of that number actually do. The truth is that your gift, love, or passion for writing is meant to be shared. God has endowed you with unique insights, experiences, and a voice that can reach people in ways that others cannot. Your perspective, shaped by your faith and personal journey, is a vital addition to the collective wisdom of the Kingdom.


Think about the story of Joyce Meyer, whose books like "Battlefield of the Mind" have sold millions of copies and have helped countless individuals overcome mental struggles through biblical principles. Her writings have shared her gift with the world and made a significant impact on the lives of her readers.


When you write and publish your book, you are not only fulfilling a personal dream but also contributing to the greater good. You are obeying the call to let your light shine before others so that they may see your good works and give glory to your Father in heaven (Matthew 5:16).


Embrace the challenge of writing a book as a Kingdom leader. Let your words be a beacon of hope, a source of knowledge, and a testament to the transformative power of God's love. In doing so, you will advance the Kingdom, change lives, and share your invaluable gift with the world.

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