Curiously Changed

Has something ever randomly caught your eye and you had to investigate? 

Moses did and it changed his life because burning bushes that remain green require a closer look. Ex 3: 4 – 5

Curiosity led Moses straight into the presence of the Most High. He walked up to the burning bush shepherding sheep and walked away promoted as shepherd to the Israelites.  

Curiosity is searching for opportunities in obstacles, asking questions before drawing conclusions and acquiring information before making assumptions. 

Had Moses ignored the bush, the Israelites would’ve stayed stuck in Egypt. That’s the power of curiosity.

When you live with an “it is what it is” mindset then whatever your it is will never change. 

Many situations are beyond your ability to change as are people and to try and fix either is exhausting.

But to just accept anything within your control instead of wondering what could be is settling. Settling is waiving all rights to whine.

What is your “it is what it is? that you’ve just accepted? Could curiosity be all you need to change it?

Simply Stated – curiosity turns skills, knowledge and talents into ministries, businesses and blessings. 

It transforms bodies, renews hope, creates wealth, stands on stages, starts businesses, forges new friendships, rekindles marriages and more.  

Curiosity is defined as “eager to know or learn something” and is the solution you’ve been searching for.

Like Moses, curiosity will never leave you like it found you because applied knowledge is transformative.

So, what are you curious about?

Do you want to grow spiritually, get fit, create wealth, market your skills, network, travel the world or just organize your closet?  Whatever it is, get curious.

Ask God for wisdom, research your subject, create a plan then go and let curiosity lead to your change!

Sandra Hubbard

Word Wisdom: “When the Lord saw that he turned aside to look, God called to him from the midst of the bush and said, “Moses, Moses!” And he said, “Here I am.” Then He said, “Do not come near here; remove your sandals from your feet, for the place on which you are standing is holy ground.” Ex 3: 4 – 5

(3) Comments

  1. Anonymous says:

    Nice!

  2. Nancy Fletcher Smith says:

    Great idea!

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