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Walk in Your Destiny

Be confident, be brave, and be courageous when it comes to walking into your destiny, walking into your future, walking into what God told you. Remember what He says in Proverbs 16:3, which is to, "commit your work to the Lord, and your plans will be established". Look, we aren't going to get anywhere committing our ways to nobody and nothing else ok? We have to be faithful to what Jesus said and He will continuously direct our paths. Standing on what He said will enable us to get to our destiny regarding what we're going to do here on earth, in a timely and focused manner. God is not a God of disorder, chaos, or disarray. He does things perfectly even if we don't see how certain things will happen. When we are committed, that means we trust in the Lord with all our heart, and do not lean on our own understanding. In all our ways we acknowledge Him, and He will make our paths straight (Proverbs 3:5/6). And all of that means to continue on despite what things look like naturally and focus on the supernatural things. In other words, trust God, because He works on a spiritual timetable, not on the world's timetable. And you can best believe that the spiritual has more reliability, validity, stability, and leverage than any worldly system. So, walking into your destiny while trusting God the entire way, is paramount to getting there securely.

Hear what Sha Sha has to say about walking in your destiny. Sha Sha is my avatar, so her face is based on my face and the voice you hear is actually me speaking through her.

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