30 Day Challenge: Day 19, A Talent of yours

Hmmm...I think I'm going to have as much trouble with this as my friend Melanie at Complete in Thee. This is really hard, because we feel like as Christians we are to be humble, and not sing our own praises. However, you can also look at it, as God gave you the ability and by talking about it, you can give Him the glory for it. Because after all He's the one who gave you that talent...

So...having said that I believe God has given me the ability to sing. Now, am I as good as Andrea Bocelli? No way! Am I as good as Josh Groban? No! But I think I have a little bit of talent...and I can take no credit for it. God made me the way I am, and I can only do my best to glorify Him with the talents he has given me.

Day 1: A favorite song.
Day 2: A favorite movie.
Day 3: A favorite book.
Day 4: A favorite television program.
Day 5: A favorite quote.
Day 6: A moment you wish you could relive.
Day 7: Five things you couldn't possibly live without.
Day 8: A thank you letter to someone who has changed your life.
Day 9: A photo you took.
Day 10: A photo of you taken over ten years ago.
Day 11: A photo of you taken recently.
Day 12: A song that you want played at your wedding(or was played).
Day 13: A guilty pleasure.
Day 14: A vacation you would like to take.
Day 15: A person you admire.
Day 16: A song that makes you cry.
Day 17: An art piece.
Day 18: A time when you felt passionate and alive.
Day 19: A talent of yours.

Day 20: A hobby of yours.
Day 21: Something you know you do differently than most people.
Day 22: A website.
Day 23: A way in which you want to be remembered.
Day 24: A movie no one would expect you to love.
Day 25: A recipe.
Day 26: A childhood memory.
Day 27: A physical feature you love.
Day 28: A scar you have and it's story.
Day 29: Hopes, dreams and plans you have for the next 365 days.
Day 30: A motto or philosophy.


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