March 18, 2018

The Champion in You--3 Examples

“Have not I commanded thee? Be strong and of a good courage; be not afraid, neither be thou dismayed: for the Lord thy God is with thee whithersoever thou goest.” Joshua 1:9 (KJV)

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How can we feel like winners when reality seems to force boundaries on us? We aren’t all athletes, Einsteins, or stars in the entertainment industry. Most individuals live on a budget. 

This article will explore three prominent figures who have risen from humble beginnings.  Please also find the link to the inspiring four-minute song collaboration of the two musicians below:

Esther of the Bible

She was an Israelite in Persia. The king was so entranced by her beauty that he married her and made her his queen. She risked her own life to save her fellow Jews from genocide. This monumental triumph is still celebrated during the holiday of Purim.

Carrie Underwood (singer and actor)

  • Won American Idol in 2005
  • Took home seven Grammys
  • Branched out from Country Music to many formats and media
  • Recently played the lead role of Maria in The Sound of Music (She took over the role from Julie Andrews, which is a feat in itself.)

Ludacris (Christopher Brian Bridges) (rapper and actor)

  • Diversified from Atlanta, Georgia to worldwide fame
  • One of the top earners of hip-hop in 2014
  • Founded Disturbing the Peace
  • Won multiple awards
  • Acted in The Fast and the Furious films


This tremendously uplifting video showcases the singing of Carrie Underwood and the rapping of Ludacris. It also highlights video footage of top athletes and everyday achievers. Believe me; it is well worth the time. Please click here to view it online.

My Conclusion

Does life get you down? Do you feel inadequate? You don’t have to accept such thoughts. The majority of “champions” are regular people who simply decline to receive restrictions from anyone or anything. They insist on following their dreams.

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