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I Can't Believe It

Those are some of the words we say when we are surprised or shocked.

"I can't believe it." 

Those words sound familiar whenever God does something so amazing for us that we truly have a hard time fathoming it. I mean, we know His love for us is eternal, unlimited, and unconditional. Yet, we get besides ourselves when those things we always prayed for come true.

We can't believe it.

But here's the thing. We have to start believing it, because as we stay in tune with the will of God in our lives we will begin to see more and more of those blessings. They will be all over the place. Sometimes we can get so used to things going a certain way that we are shocked with things start turning in our favor. But I'm here to tell you that God is turning His face your way and He is going to watch you for awhile. Then wonderful things are going to start happening for you again and again. And I'm here to tell you that our time has come to get the things we prayed for. Some of us have been waiting for a long time to make an impact in the world. So far we've only made a dent, but the wait is almost over and is always worth it with God. He's the smooth operator and when it comes to doing things perfectly and in order, there's no mistaking Him. 

You can for sure believe that. 

Your dreams will happen when they're supposed to. Just keep doing what you're doing and right before your eyes your prize will manifest. "Let us not become weary in doing good, for at the proper time we will reap a harvest if we do not give up" (Galatians 6:9).

And you know what that means right? If you want the blessings you must not stop. 
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