“He must increase, but I must decrease.”
- John 3:30
Are you “Famous Enough?”
Being Famous Enough is not about thinking less of yourself— it’s about thinking of yourself less. You are not focusing all of your time on you; you are Famous Enough. In Christ, you are boosted. In Christ, you have every promotion, accolade, and gift you could ever want or need.
In Christ, you are Famous Enough. You have no desire to say “look at me,” your motto is “look to Him.”
You do not live for more fame, followers, and friends; you live to follow Him.
Your life is no longer yours; you hope to “decrease so that He may increase” (Jn. 3:30).
You are Famous Enough, which is a good thing— God does not share His fame. You cannot glorify God until God has killed all the self-glory in you.
God won’t fill a cup that's not empty. God won’t fill our hearts when we're full of ourselves.
God won’t speak through a man who's filled with his own words. But, when we become Famous enough, God can use us. Famous Enough people “humble themselves under the mighty hand of God” (1 Pt. 5:6) so that the Hand of God will use them mightily. He increases because you decrease. It’s a life that is less about you and more about Him.
Are you Famous Enough?