From everyone who has been given much, much will be demanded; and from the one who has been entrusted with much, much more will be asked” (Luke 12:48).
The idea of “to whom much is given, much will be required” is that we are held responsible for what we have. If we are blessed with talents, wealth, knowledge, time, and the like, it is expected that we use these well to glorify God and benefit others. It is therefore so moving when people like South African based Christian artist Onesimus, take the word of God literally and run with it.
@Onesimusmuzik took to Instagram to share about a young lady who wanted to commit suicide because of life struggles. He expressed “by Gods grace I managed to convince her not to take poison”.
Onesimus has a powerful testimony of how God has moved in his own life and lifted him up. He further shared in his post;
“MORAL OF THE STORY: Do not assume that you can not reach out to me, I may not have billions to give you but i am here to listen to you and guide you through, because i know the meaning of “STRUGGLING” Suicide is not the answer to your problems.”
Whilst other people use their celebrity status to feel special, he us using it for positive change and we need more people like this.