Scott Hodge


The Power of “NO.”

Sep 27, 2006

Sometimes it sucks to say

6 Responses to “The Power of “NO.””

  1. Tim says:

    Fantastic insight, Scott. Those are all crucial questions we need to ask ourselves with any opportunity we are presented with. Thanks for sharing.
    Great to meet you last week!

  2. Well, I don’t know about the other wives out there, but I would like to think that I am listening to my husband! :-) Maybe I am not listening as much as I think I am! I guess I will have to ask Ed.
    Great questions and insight! I agree that we need to ask all of those questions to weigh the different opportunities in our lives. These questions definitely help us stay focused on our purpose and mission in life that God has called us to fulfill.
    Thanks also for the information about bloglines. I need to do this because otherwise I am trying to check close to twenty different blogs. That is simply NO FUN and definitely takes up TOO MUCH TIME! I am all about simplifying my life in any way that I can.
    Peace to you brother! Have a wonderful week and a GREAT weekend ministering to seekers and Jesus followers! From one Jesus freak to another!!!!

  3. #4 trumps all, bro. It is a quantifiable fact that all men marry up.

  4. Greg says:

    Awesome. I have been faced with the reality recently that it is okay to say, “no.” Thanks for the post. It is important to really think about these things and to not make snap judgements. I think the bible has a think or two to say about these things???

  5. Los says:

    Great post.
    Great post.

  6. Amy Dusek says:

    Great post! Thanks, I really needed to hear this.

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