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This is a big world and there are lots to do in it. 

Have you made your mark yet? Will you make your mark? It's about that determination that lives inside of you. I know it's there.

And if you've been coming to my blog for any length of time you know I write about the fact that none of  us are here by accident. That's for sure. So all of us are here for specific reasons and one of those reasons is knowing our purpose, our tribe (the people who will "follow us"), and knowing our mission. Once we know those things, navigation becomes easier. Waking up to dreadful mundane Mondays and looking forward to fun Fridays would be non-existent, because we would awake everyday with a passion and a stirring to do something extraordinary. I'm sure just about everyone can imagine such a life. Well, keep imagining, because that's the life God has for us. We just need to go out and make it happen, because it's not going to fall out of the sky. We have to be determined enough to push through the crowd to get it. 

That's what the woman with the issue of blood did (Matthew 9:20-22) . She was determined to get what she knew the Lord had for her. She wanted to be well and she did what she needed to do to get to Jesus. She knew she had to be spiritually, emotionally, and physically well to make her mark in the world. We should be the same.

It won't be easy, but determination will get us there. 
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