Lead Them to Jesus

Scholarship Entrant: Christy from Sabina, OH
Essay Question: If you could earn a living doing what you love most, what would it be, and how would it change the world? Describe the specific goals you would set to make that dream a reality.
Vote for Christy: 1

If I could travel the world and share the love of Jesus, spreading the gospel, and leading lost souls to the Lord, that would be what I would love to do. It would change the world because people would be aware of the selfless sacrifice that was made for them on Calvary and enlighten them to live like Jesus. We are all so wrapped up in the worldly needs that we forget that we are spiritual beings and need to be fed spiritually as well. The world has lost their sight of God and the purpose that we have on this planet. We only think of self-gain and not of the true reason we are here. We are here to spread the gospel and share the knowledge of how our souls can be saved and how we are to live for God. God will supply all of our needs if we just put all of our faith into Him and rely on His word. I am very passionate about leading more souls to God and I know that passion can be contagious because I have seen it. The more people who accept Jesus as their savior, the better our world will be. People need to learn true compassion, love, honor, patience, righteous anger, respect, and sacrifice. This would strengthen the morality and ethical backbone of our society and our businesses.

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