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Don't stop, keep going

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There are so many remarkable people in the bible who went through the fire, but because of their faith, they come out unscathed. They didn't give in or they didn't give up when their back was against the wall. They continued on despite any obstacle around them. Do you know, when challenges come, if we will just continue to hang in there and keep trudging along, something great is bound to happen? It may not be right away, but eventually it will happen. Hebrews 11 tells about many of those people. 

Sometimes I listen to a podcast or follow someone on social media and I love love love what they're doing. I look forward to listening to them or seeing what they're doing, because I get so much out of what the're doing or what they're saying. They're either full of wisdom, really funny, or they just have that something unique that makes them interesting and engaging to look at or listen to. They add highlights to my life. Then one day I go to find them and they are no longer producing their podcast or their social media. It's like they fell off the face of the earth and I get so disappointed. I say, 'gosh what a shame, they had something great going on; they were on to something, and they just stopped.' But I often wonder if they stopped, because they got tired, because they didn't see anything happening for so long and they just gave up. 

I think all of us in this space know what it feels like to want to stop, because the grind does get hard. There's no doubt about that, yet I wouldn't do it -- I'm not giving up, because what else would I do? I can't imagine doing anything different than what I'm doing now. I'm not stopping. I'm going to keep going no matter what. You keep going too, because there's someone out there who loves your content and loves what you're putting out there. Listen, we get alot from you so please stay with it, because you are a bright spot in someone's day. I'm telling you. And just in case you hardly hear it, I'm letting you know right now that we want you to keep going. 
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