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There is still time

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Do you have goals? Do you have something you've wanted to do for a long time, but haven't done yet? Do you think you've run out of time? Do you think you've missed your opportunity? I've come to tell you that if you're listening to this podcast or reading this blog post, it's not too late for you to do anything you've always wanted to do, because you're still breathing. And apparently you're still in your right mind, so you can still do what you want to do. Time is still on your side and God is definitely not finished with you yet! Know that. If time is going to pass anyway, why not just do your your thing and be productive? Have you ever said, 'no I can't do that, because it takes too long?' If so, those words are a no-go. They stopped me for many years and they shouldn't be given another nanosecond of air time.

And just in case you didn't know, the founders of McDonald’s and KFC were over 50 years old when they started those businesses, so it's never too late. Don't let mistakes, setbacks, and missed opportunities discourage you. There's still time to achieve your goals. Plus, God doesn't operate in our timing. He's a supernatural God who does things that defy man's time and man's logic. In John 4:24, Jesus told the Samaritan woman, "God is spirit, and his worshipers must worship in the Spirit and in truth.” So, as long as you're tapping into the spirit of the Most High, you will realize that time is truly on your side and you can still do the things He put in you. And get this: since 1 Timothy 1:17 says, God is an eternal God; that He exists forever, then why would we think the goals God placed in us would have an expiration date? As long as God is on the throne, whatever He has for you will live forever. It's never too late.  
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