The Power of One
This week’s eNewsletter feature story
is written by Rev. Raymond Hylton,
FPCE Senior Pastor.
In our busy, high-pressured, impersonal world, it is easy to underestimate the significance of
one. With so many people — most of whom seem so much more capable, more gifted, articulate, winsome, more prosperous, more important than we — who are you or I to think our own little part in life amounts to much? “I’m just one person,” you say, “I cannot make much difference.”
That’s the way most folks think. They really do!
But aren’t you glad that Patrick Henry didn’t? And Sojourner Truth? And Harriet Tubman? And Martin Luther King, Jr.? And Walt Disney? And Martin Luther? And Winston Churchill? And Jackie Robinson? And Irving Berlin? And Abraham Lincoln? And Charles Wesley? And Dwight L. Moody? And Corrie ten Boom?