Saying “No” to God

Some people look at life without becoming daunted by challenges are obstacles. That doesn’t mean they don’t acknowledge the existence of problems, but instead of allowing problems to overwhelm them, they become energized by the opportunities they see. They’re able to identify needs and embrace the possibility of meeting those needs. These are the “Yes” people. Other people recognize the opportunities that exist, and instead of finding excitement in the chance to provide solutions to problems, they focus on the challenges, the obstacles, and the reasons why meeting a particular need would simply be too difficult. These are the “No” people. The big question is “What kind of person are you?”