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“Many of life’s rewards seem to go to the intelligent, the rich, the good-looking, or the powerful, but the Kingdom of God is equally available to all, regardless of position or abilities. We come to Jesus not through strength or brains but through childlike trust…Part of the exciting adventure of following Christ involves discovering one’s service contribution and then making it available to God.” (Life Application Study Bible, Luke 10:21, 1 Corinthians 12:6)

“We might not be rich, famous, powerful or important. But if we’re available, God can work through us to change situations and the hearts of individuals—even through a simple act of kindness.” (NIV Men's Devotional Bible)

“Make yourself available to God as His servant whenever an opportunity presents itself...Be available to God by placing your gifts at his service. Then as you discover what He calls you to do, be ready to do it.” (Life Application Study Bible, Ephesians 3:7, 1 Corinthians 1:1)

“If we offer nothing to God, He will have nothing to use. But He can take what little we have and turn it into something great...God gives in abundance. He takes whatever we can offer Him in time, ability, or resources and multiplies its effectiveness beyond our wildest expectations. If you take the first step in making yourself available to God, He will show you how greatly you can be used to advance the work of his Kingdom.” (Life Application Study Bible, John 6:8,9,13)

“All human beings have some knowledge of God available to them. At some level, they have an indelible sense that they need something or someone who is on a higher plane and infinitely greater than they are. Prayer is seeking to respond and connect to that being and reality, even if it is no more than calling out into the air for help.” (Pastor Timothy Keller)

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