It was just another day in the office for me. But it was a potential game changer for him. That’s the realization I came to as I passed by a noticeably-nervous acquaintance anxiously awaiting a job interview. It reminded me of something I’ve noticed many times before in Scripture and in life:
One man’s Super Bowl is another man’s side show.
God has crafted the rhythms of life in such a way that what may seem insignificant to many is extremely significant to others on a personal (and sometimes cosmic) level. For example:
What may seem insignificant to you, or me, or others may be a turning point moment for someone else. There’s great blessing and great burden that comes with that reality. The Super Bowl doesn’t just happen once a year; there are super bowls going on every day for many of us.
One man’s Super Bowl is another man’s side show. And there’s glory in that.