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I choose to believe

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Have you ever heard Habakkuk 2:2/3? It's scripture that talks about seeing a vision, writing it down, working towards it, and waiting for it to come. Now waiting doesn't just mean sitting around. It means working, because remember, faith without works is dead, right? The scripture says: "Write the vision; make it plain on tablets, so he may run who reads it. 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."

One of favorite scriptures in the bible, because I'm reminded every day that it doesn't matter how big my vision is, God can do it. Yes, if our vision is so big it scares us, then God is in it. Every little thing we do counts towards it. It's points towards our vision. Yes, and as long as it's moving in a positive direction, it will make an impact.

I'm so grateful for what the Lord allows me to do every day. My daily devotional blog, my 3 podcasts (I have this one, the vision boards podcast, and the book study podcast), my courses, ebooks, and God is still moving. Yes, that may not be a big deal to some, but it's a big deal to me, because I remember when I wasn't really doing anything. It's also a big deal, because I know it's helping people and that's most important. So, yes I'm grateful and although I may not know exactly how God will do what He does, moving forward in faith makes the picture clearer and clearer. We don't have to know all the details to believe God. All we have to do is choose to believe.


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