Though the Lord is on high, yet He regards the lowly.
For He has regarded the lowly state of His maidservant.
How do today's stars regard their fans?
As grasping groupies without sound minds... or as lost sheep without a shepherd?
As clapping hands to lift them higher... or as lonely hearts who need a purpose?
As dollar bills supporting their shows... or as eager eyes copying them?
Or do they really see them at all? Narcissism is time-consuming.
Actors, models and talent for Christ, as His media ambassadors, realize and remember one thing: Jesus didn't do business that way. He regarded people as unique: individuals worthy of time--even those His brethren rejected.
Like a town full of Samaritans, or ten lepers pleading for His help.
Like a convicted adulteress or a partier living with pigs.
Like a beat-up guy on the roadside or a swindler sitting in a tree.
Like tax collectors and invalids. Like widows, beggars and criminals.
So in the fields of entertainment, don't disregard a cleaning lady or overlook the secretary. Notice people in the waiting room and purposely choose to regard them. Look eye to eye and say something nice.
By regarding people as worthy, especially those whom others don't, you defy the enemy's game plan and encourage new players for God.
## The Enemy's Game: Countermeasures--Regard (Part 62)
NOTE: This series is a republished edit of a 2015 devotion series called, 'The Enemy's Game.' You may see notes to 'Actors, Models & Talent for Christ.' If you're not a performer, don't be deterred. In truth, every disciple acts for Christ, models Christ and stewards His talents.
P.S. To read the other devotions in this series, please see the The Enemy's Game series.