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The Thoroughbred

According to encyclopedia.com, thoroughbred horses are the fastest horses among horses. 

Although it has a peculiar temperament, I am just focusing on the sheer speed of it. The source above says, "it can achieve a speed of just under 40 mi (64 km) per hr for a distance of a mile (1.6 km)—the Thoroughbred has held undisputed reign as king of horse racing (except for the quarter-mile sprint)."

That sounds fast to me and impressive too. 

Impressive, because when an animal is that fast, great things can be accomplished. I guess that's probably why it may be a popular horse for those who like to do certain things (bet/gamble) with such data. I'm not one of them, so I'll just state my point and move on. And that means making the correlation between those fast mammals, us, and God. 

This is it: If we want the Lord to move as fast as the thoroughbred moves, we're going to have to make the first move with God. Just know that fast is relative. Just pray (to maintain and strengthen our relationship with Him), read the bible (for Godly knowledge and wisdom) and focus on Him in order to allow Him to order our steps (it's our free will). When we do our part, He will move faster than the speed of that thoroughbred -- in His timing. "But those who wait on the Lord shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings like eagles [and legs like thoroughbreds], they shall run and not be weary, they shall walk and not faint.” (Isaiah 40: 31). 

Not complicated at all. 
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