I HAVE A HUNDRED CHILDREN
When I think of my children, I think of people that depend on me. When I think of people who depend on me I think of pupils, parents and participants on my programs. I think of all the people I work with and work for. They depend on me to give them value for their time and money. I think of all the people who read and hear my name, who make life decisions based on what I say. And now I realize that I owe them much, much more than they owe me. I feel the cry of a thousand children and the weight of one who has a heart but only two hands. However, I am glad I have realized this before judgment because I have already put in an appeal for mercy and forgiveness on that day. It will not only be about how I cared for my children, but whether I cared for all the people, God placed in my care.