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Cheetahs and Us

The Cheetah is not the only run who defies speed.
So I decided to watch a YouTube video about Cheetahs.

And I wasn't disappointed. 

The video was called, This Is Why You Can't Outrun a Cheetah.1 It talked about how fast they were -- they run at 75 miles per hour. In the video it was said that the Cheetah was the "king of speed" with acceleration faster than a Ferrari or Lamborghini. And that it moved so quickly that its feet spent more time in the air than the ground. 

Fascinating. 

Then of course I thought about how God works and I drew a similarity to the Cheetah. I thought, ok God can also do a work in us faster than a Cheetah can run. Makes sense, doesn't it? I mean He created the Cheetah,2 so the fact that it's been established that He created Cheetahs to run so fast that they defy reason, He also created His people to do even more. Henceforth, He's the God of the possible and the impossible, which means that just as He created the Cheetah as the king of speed to operate at the top of its game, He most definitely created His people to operate at the top of their game.

That's right, as fast as that Cheetah goes when it wants something, God works the same way with his human creations. And that means, just when we think we've been waiting too long and nothing is ever going to ever happen with our dreams, God will enable us to become the kings and queens of speed. So much so, that we will have feet that spend more time in the air than they spend on the ground. It will happen that quick.

Don't underestimate God.

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Footnotes:
1. Smithsonian Channel
2. Genesis 1:25

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