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You're Going to Make It

You're going to make, because the Lord said so. "For still the vision awaits its appointed time; it hastens to the end—it will not lie. If it seems slow, wait for it; it will surely come; it will not delay" (Habakkuk 2:3).

In good times and not so good times, you're going to make it. And if this is a great time for you, praise the Lord and keep praising Him. Never stop, ok? Or if it's a bit challenging, know this: weeping may endure for a night, but rejoicing comes in the morning (Psalm 30:5). That means any challenging situation is temporary. Even at my lowest I knew that. I knew pain wouldn't be forever. I knew, because I knew the Lord and I know Him even better today. Yes, I knew God. I knew Jesus -- whatever word you like to call Him. And I knew He had more for me to do. Writing this blog was one of them and so many other things I'm not yet doing. I can see the vision very clear though. I saw it since I was young, but I didn't know exactly what it looked like or how it would appear. Today I still see it and although I don't see it in its entirety (does anybody ever?), the focus keeps getting better. God has a plan for my life just as He does for your life and He doesn't have harm in that equation. I will never believe that. He has bright lights and big things for His people, which looks different from person to person. And He wants His people to be impactful in the world. As God's people, we have to do what we can for others to see Him. So let this blog be an encouragement to you that God is watching and waiting. He has much for His people. You are blessed. Your vision awaits you. 

Hear what Sha Sha has to say about walking into your vision. 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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