What's the Difference?
Yet inaction can have just as much of an impact. Consider how many people were opposed to the Holocaust but took no action to prevent it. That inaction helped further the very cause they stood against. James 4:17 even tells us that our very inaction can be sin when we know we should do something good and don’t.
While the impacts may not seem as grand or obvious as the examples touched on, the same axiom applies to everyday life. It doesn’t matter where you are; in an office, in the classroom, in the car, in the mall, or in your home. Every action or inaction you take has an impact somewhere on someone.
It is not your choice if you will make a difference. But it is your choice what that difference will be.
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