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  1. I love the “Business Man” video. As a business man this really resonated with me. Praise God for men like LeTourneau!

  2. “Meaning of Life”… Denzel is a Christian?! It’s so cool to see famous people attributing their success to God. Moving.

  3. I like the interview with Jim Caviezal. We all have to make decisions and choices in life whether to live for Jesus or not. Eternity is waiting for each person and we will all live for eternity – the question is which eternity do we choose. I chose Jesus now no matter what the world thinks or says.

  4. I loved the Homeless man joining in for a freestyle. He was clearly walking humbly with his God. You can tell that even though he had nothing, he was happy with life. Christ living within.

  5. The Michael Jr. (What Depends on Why) is great. Finding the Why is a common narrative from thought leaders today, however, I’ve never seen a Why vs What transformation so powerfully done before.

  6. The Ezekiel (Dry Bones) video: Yes, a single Christian is a “One many army”; boldly directed, subtle but at the same time shouts out “this man before you is an army!”.

    “He who has ears to hear, let him hear!” – Jesus Christ

  7. Inspires, motivates and what drives me. I like how these people share what made them excel beyond the norm. They reflect on their passions, talents and how Yeshua, Jesus lead them. Motivation is defined as the reasons for people’s actions, desires, and needs. Motivation can also be defined as one’s direction to behavior, or what causes a person to want to repeat a behavior and vice versa. Another is “that which moves one toward an action; that which changes, provokes, or impels our very being.” I like what gotquestions.org said about the Bible on the topic of motivation and inspiration. And I quote them word for word, “The motivation of Christians is supposed to be exactly the opposite of what motivates unbelievers. For one thing, our sense of motivation or inspiration comes from God, not from the things of the world. David spoke of his motivation in his psalms: “I desire to do Your will, O my God; Your law is within my heart” (Psalm 40:8). Later he wrote, “Whom have I in heaven but you? And earth has nothing I desire besides you” (Psalm 73:25).

    The world is motivated by self and the aggrandizement of self, the all-about-me syndrome, which is identified by self-determination, self-obsession and self-worship. The Bible does not teach us to be centered on ourselves. In fact, it teaches just the opposite. Jesus said, “The greatest among you will be your servant. For whoever exalts himself will be humbled, and whoever humbles himself will be exalted” (Matthew 23:11-12; Luke 9:48). As followers of Christ, we are called to deny ourselves, take up our cross, and follow Him (Matthew 16:24). The cross was an instrument of death, and Jesus’ message to us is that only those who die to self will truly follow Him. We do that by doing nothing out of vanity and conceit, but instead considering others better than ourselves (Philippians 2:3).

    Jesus set the example for our motivation in this life: “My food is to do the will of Him who sent Me and to finish His work” (John 4:34). Jesus was concerned with pleasing His Father, and so should we be motivated by that same concern. He always did the Father’s will, motivated by pleasing Him through obedience (John 8:29). His obedience extended all the way to the cross where He humbled Himself and “became obedient unto death” (Philippians 2:8). Our motivation should be the same as His—the obedience by which we prove we are truly His. “If you love me, keep my commandments” (John 14:15).

    The apostle Paul spoke of what motivated him to endure the suffering he experienced: “For me, to live is Christ . . .” (Philippians 1:21; compare 2 Corinthians 11:23-28). It wasn’t money, it wasn’t fame, nor was it being the best apostle that motivated Paul. It was living for Christ that superseded everything (Philippians 4:12-13). Our motivation as believers stems from a yearning to have peace with God (Romans 5:1; Philippians 4:7), to have His grace as well as hope (Romans 5:2; 1 John 5:13). The Christian views life through the lens of the future—being in the presence and glory of God (John 17:24), and this is our true motivation.”

  8. Like Jim Caviezels testimony. Deepens the experience of watching the passion movie knowing what was going on behind the scenes.

  9. Obama used the buzz word “Yes we can”, same with many Americans. These are just words but in Yeshua Yes He Can through us. Most of the amazing feats have been done in and for and through the name of Yeshua (Jesus). For it is not us but Christ (the Messiah) in us. Yeshua reminds me of Transformational leadership leader works with subordinates to identify needed change. Helps created a vision for the Kingdom through inspiration. Transformational leadership also enhance the motivation, morale, and job performance of his disciples/followers – by giving them a sense of identity in Him, the power of unity and His power to touch others lives. Yeshua is the role model for His followers, He inspires them and challenges them to take responsibility through ownership. He understand their weaknesses and thus can identify with them and empower them to maximize their potential.

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