Good News for Jews Aaron Allsbrook
Good news has to be good. We’ve all heard of some of these:
“I got accepted to college!”
“I just got engaged!”
“I got the job!”
These are “good news” because they are things we wanted—really, really wanted—and receiving them brought us great joy to receive them. It also brings us joy to share them with others. No one throws a party for themselves. We invite people, we laugh, we dance, we eat—we celebrate!
And many times in that party, we tell our story, not a generic story, but a real story, full of hope, struggle, perseverance, and success!
People want to hear it because it’s real, because it’s personal. It also inspires others and gives them hope.
Read the full article here: November ’21 Issue 3