“Winning is definitely a vital goal in it’s right place. But, I’m pretty sure it’s not the ‘only thing,’ as Vince Lombardi once declared. Doesn’t it feel good to have someone hug you, to afﬁrm you, to love you regardless of whether you have won or lost—to value you for who you are and not for what you’ve done, for your relationship and not just for your performance.”
– Facing the Blitz, Strategy #2: Be Willing to Change
But God showed his great love for us by sending Christ to die for us while we were still sinners. (Romans 5:8, NLT)
- Imagine you’re at a party, what guides you in choosing who you want to talk to or be with?
- Do you think about who is impressive, attractive, or accomplished or do you think about how you can offer kindness and interest to people?
- Do you value the person ﬁrst or the performance as it relates to your spouse, your kids, and your friends?
Want to ﬁnd out the 4 most popular ways we value performance? Check out chapter 5 of Facing the Blitz.
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