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Make it work

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When I say make it work, what do I mean by that? I mean we have to start living to the fullest.

Recently I tried my best to encourage a young person to go for her dreams. She is a beautiful girl, but had very little confidence in herself and her skills. Even though she had exceptional abilities to help inspire other young girls, she was afraid of what people would say and how they would view her by putting herself out there. Of course I totally understood what she was feeling, because boy ole boy was I there just a few short years ago. I was exactly where she is. Low self-confidence, low thinking about what I had to offer the world, and too afraid to step out.

If we're waiting for the perfect time to get things in perfect order, we'll be waiting forever. If we're waiting for someone to come rescue us, we'll be waiting forever. If we're waiting for someone to ask us, we'll be waiting forever. And if we're waiting for permission, we'll be waiting forever. WE have to make it happen for ourselves and when we start stepping out one step at a time, everything we have been waiting for will eventually come.

This is the deal: whatever it is we do, whatever it is we're about, whatever it is that aches in our heart to do, we have to stop being afraid to do it. We have to do it scared, but just do it. There are so many people who have been waiting for someone like you and I. Are we doing anything to help or inspire them? I know, because I did the same thing, but you don't have to. Don't make my mistakes. Move faster on your gifts, skills, and the greatness you offer the world.

James 2:14-17 talks more about all of that. Take a look at it.


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