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Hardwork University

When we move, God moves.

Hardwork (aka Smart Work): there's no way around this ladies and gentlemen. Why? Because faith without works is dead (James 2:14-16). We have to put some elbow grease behind our words, behind scripture. Yes, speaking it is great, but there must be more that comes with it. Hebrews 11:1 says that faith is the assurance of things we want to happen that we have not seen yet. In other words if we "see" it and believe it, then the proof will be in the actions we put behind those words. It's about writing the vision we have for ourselves -- what God placed inside of us and running with it (Habakkuk 2:2). Consequently, we have to put action behind what we want to happen in our lives or our words are just empty, worthless, cheap talk. 

I have much respect for the people who are at least trying to move mountains and cross over valleys, of course, with God doing the heavy lifting. We have to continue to try and not just sit around wishing and hoping that things will change. That's not faith and nothing is going to just drop in our lives by accident or osmosis. Everyone I know who is successful in their given areas, put lots of hard work behind that success and none of it happened overnight. Thus, Hardwork University is about making things happen, so make them happen. You have it in you. 

To add more encouragement, I would like to introduce my avatar to you. Her name is Sha Sha and she is pretty fierce. Check out what she has to say:

Stay with it.
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