Do you remember Nick ? I posted a link about him on 12 March 2010. Maybe, you did not get a chance to browse the site and find who he is. Maybe, you did not care for or wanted to know about him. So, you might be wondering who this guy is I am talking about! Yes, his name is Nick Vujicic, an inspirational speaker who says “motivation gets you through the day, but inspiration lasts a lifetime.” He is a man without arms, without legs; yet he says that he is living his life without worries. How can it be possible for someone to say that he is content with his life, though he does not have his limbs to do his daily basic things? But he shows the world that it is possible that there is such a thing as a source to be able to live life without any resentment.
The question remains is, how he is able to live his life up to so much . Is he just pretending to be what he said to be – a man with no arms, no legs, and no worries? If he is true to his words and deeds, what made him to accept the crude truth of his life that he is pretty much limited to the things that a normal person does, and still he is happy for what he is now and can do now?
In the preview of his DVD, he does not mention about his faith. Nonetheless, he is a son of a devoted Christian parents. He himself is a Christian who believes in Jesus Christ and professed his faith. He is witnessing the world that a man can live his life in fullness and be a blessing to others, if he finds and knows the true source of his life. He found hope for his life in Christ through his faith in Christ by his love for and of Christ. Many people who watch this video and look upon Vujicic as the source of their courage and hope do not know this truth from where he got that living hope. And those who know this truth that Vujicic found his hope in Christ do not want to accept the truth. However, the truth remains the same whether someone likes it or not. I want you to live up by that truth that our true hope comes from Christ.
“I know what it is to be in need, and I know what it is to have plenty. I have learned the secret of being content in any and every situation, whether well fed or hungry, whether living in plenty or in want. I can do everything through him who gives me strength.” Philippians 4:12-13