All of this sounds scary. A normal person wouldn’t do those things. A normal person would go to church, be moderately involved, read their Bible, pray three times a day, give their tithe, and die. But a normal person wouldn’t be able to look back on their deathbed and, in recounting all God has done through them, lose track of how many miracles God worked. A normal person wouldn’t know the rush when uncertainty, doubt, and fear collide head-on with peace, joy, and God-given courage.
I don’t want to be a normal person. I have glimpsed into the lives of extra-ordinary people, and I want that for myself. God has given us all so much potential, and when I get to Heaven, I don’t want God asking me why I didn’t give my potential to Him. Imagine the lives we could touch; imagine the chaos we could erupt, turning this world upside down just like the disciples of old. Will you be a normal person, or will you join me in becoming a conduit for miracles?