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You’re going to make it

Daily Devotional Podcast. Follow along with blog post.

Yes I believe you’re going to make it. You’re going to do what it is the Lord wants you to do. Yes, I’m putting that into the atmosphere, because words are powerful.

Do you know there is no need to despise humble beginnings, because as we seek wisdom and continue to follow the Lord, Matthew 20:16 says, the last will be first, and the first will be last. Your time is coming and you're going to make it. So there is no need that worry about who seems to be doing what and comparing ourselves to anyone. Sometimes I know that’s easier said than done for us, but all we have to do is stay in our lane and what God has for us, is for us.

I can say this now, but there was a time when I didn't quite believe it. I wasn’t strong in the Lord, because I didn’t always know who Sharon really was. I was achieving worldly success and worldy goals, but my faith life wasn’t strong. But that changed when I started reading God’s Word more and started positioning myself around strong people of God. That’s important, because of the wisdom they carry. Proverbs 2 tells us to cry out for wisdom and insight and we will know the knowledge of God. So again I say, you’re going to make it. So don’t worry about where you are today, God still has great plans for your life -- He still has plans for your tomorrows. 
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