“…The coming of the kingdom of God is not something that can be observed, nor will people say, ‘Here it is,’ or ‘There it is,’ because the kingdom of God is in your midst.“

– Luke 17:20,21

Today, I want you to think about your life as a magnet, meaning you attract things in line with what you’re becoming as you move forward in your life. There are right questions to ask and wrong questions to ask when improving yourself and attracting the right people. The wrong question to ask if you’re single and want to get married is, “How do I get married and find the woman (or man) of my dreams? Here’s the right question to ask: “How do I become the kind of person who someone wants to marry?” That’s a great question and it will lead to marriage.

Jesus’ life was a magnet that attracted the twelve disciples. I believe he knew that if he could change the lives of twelve men, he could change the world. Big churches are great, but today, the Lord needs big Christians. It just takes a few big Christians who are willing to impact their families and communities. It is necessary to be disciples like the twelve and give all you’ve got for the Kingdom of God.

Friend, taking a look within a mirror of self-reflection is a good place to begin the work of self-improvement. As you allow the Holy Spirit to help you, that is when you will experience the changes you desire. In Luke 17, Jesus says, “…the kingdom of God is in your midst.” It is the God within you that will draw and attract the right people. This is where the difference can be made. That’s where you can become, have, and do everything you are called to do!


Father, show me how to improve my life so that I attract the right people.


Do you allow the Holy Spirit to help you experience change?

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