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April 27, 2007

Making it to the Top 100

After TIME magazine picked YOU to be man of the year, they want YOU to pick this year’s 100 most influential people. Poll results as of April came out this week at Time.com. The list contains questionable candidates but also features interesting and deserving personalities.

One observation: Richard Dawkins (#7) is way ahead of Pope Benedict XVI (#123) and Rick Warren (#155), which ought to raise some questions. But there’s a place in the website where you can submit your own ideas.

Did YOU make the cut? Sadly no! However, it’s not too late to cast your votes and, importantly, start influencing other people. Isn’t that exactly what God has planned for us believers? To live in such a way that we influence other people and impact the world for Christ. The mission is to be the salt and light of the world (Matthew 5:13-16). We live by spreading the “flavor” of Christ through our interaction with others and by reflecting and illuminating Christ’s presence through our conversation and conduct.

Consider the impact you can make by following and thinking like God today. You may not make it on TIME’s top list but you’ll make it on God’s eternal list.

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