Ask anyone who’s ever run into a sliding glass door that was closed, or went for the same baseball as a teammate, or experienced a fender bender at a stoplight–a collision changes things. Whether it’s a bump on the head or a cracked bumper, something is not the same as it was before. The same thing happens when we collide with God or His truth or even other people. We’re changed. But unless we put ourselves in a position to collide, everything will stay the same. So are you ready to change? Are you ready to collide?
Session 1: Impact (January 30)
When two things collide, at least one of them is not going to remain the same.
Not many people would place themselves in the path of a moving object. But if you understand the principle of collision, then you put yourself out there. You think about what you need to do, who you need to intersect with to make change happen. The woman with the issue of blood (Luke 8:43-48) chose to collide with Jesus when she braved the crowd and reached out, in faith, to touch him. There were risks for her, but she took them, and she was healed because of her faith. With whom or with what do you need to collide? Because if you never collide, you’ll never change.