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Write it and Believe it

It may not seem like it, but your time is approaching fast.
Habakkuk 2:2 says we should write down our goals and Habakkuk 2:3 says, even if it seems they're taking forever, they will assuredly come. 

I hope you stand in agreement with those words. Why would you not if you trust the holy bible? I was listening to the testimony of two people I follow on social media. They are a married couple and their testimony is awesome. It really resonated with me, because it spoke to Habakkuk 2:2/3. Two of my favorite scriptures. 

Before this couple was married, they both wrote a lot regarding their goals and visions. The wife was a pastor and the husband was a songwriter/musician. So naturally they had lots of the vision written. Eventually they found love and I believe it's partly because they wrote to God many times before that. You see, as long as you're getting something down on "paper", that's actually following Habakkuk 2:2. 

I  also vividly remember the husband's financial testimony. He said one year he was making about $250 a week one year and the next year 1 million dollars. I rest my case. Won't God do it? Write those goals and visions  down. By the way, the couple is Jonathan Cain and Paula White-Cain and you can watch their testimony below. It's a good one. 

Write it down and watch God. Don't stop believing. 
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Note: you can watch Jonathan and Paula's testimony here.

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