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Unmovable

Being unmovable means standing your ground no matter the circumstances that surround you.

No matter what I am confronted with, I will not let anything defeat me. I've come too far and the Lord has promised me too much for that. What are you facing today? You can get through it. There is no doubt about it. When I was faced with mountains, the first thing I did was to seek God -- talk to God -- pray to God, then I was able to get the strategies I needed to get over them. You see, God wants us to trust Him when we are dealing with the difficult things in life. 

Just recently I made the mistake of trying to make things happen in my business. God had told me through a prophet what I needed to do and I was obedient. I did everything I was supposed to do even though I felt a bit uncomfortable. I even felt embarrassed especially since I never got the outcome/response I wanted. So, where did that leave me? Down at first, but never out. I am so over it. Look, I did my part. Now God has to do His. I gave it my all and I now rest my case with the Lord.

My point? Don't let anything shake you or move you from the position that God has you in. If you are already moving full steam ahead (although if you're like me, it sometimes doesn't seem to be the case, because the steam appears to be at a standstill), by all means, continue moving. God will take care of the rest. Why? Well, that's simple. Because, "God will supply all your needs according to His riches in glory in Christ Jesus" (Philippians 4:19).

God will do it. It may look different than we think, but as long as we remain faithful He will do it.
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