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Color Outside the Lines

Scribble. It's not going to hurt nothing.
Go ahead.

Do it.

Step out of line. 

So what if you fail. Haven't you failed already? Hasn't failure happened to all of us? I know for me, those are an easy yes and yes. I've failed and failed again miserably. Now I'm not afraid of missteps as long as I'm trying to do what's right. Because the way I see it, God will still be with me and He will catch me. At least I try new things instead of being so safe. That's the problem. Too many of us want things just right. Safe hasn't gotten me anywhere. I'm quite sick of it really.

I'm not afraid to do things unconventionally. Who cares about what may happen? I don't anymore. That was my problem for far too long. I cared too much. Now? Forget about that. Time is of the essence. There are too many people who can benefit from what I'm doing. That, I know for sure. The Lord has confirmed it too many times to second guess myself. So I refuse to live there anymore.

I'm here to tell you to bend the rules. What I mean is, don't be confined to the traditional. If it hasn't been done before, still do it. And if it has been done before, do it, because you'll do it differently anyway. There's only one you. Therefore it'll be creative and imaginative by default. Which means one of the reasons for our being born was that we are to put our mark and our stamp on whatever It is.

Failure is not an option, because our success is already a done deal. It has our name all over it.

God approved. 

God sanctioned. 

There's nothing to worry about or be concerned for. We're in there. You won't fail...unless you believe you will. Only you can get in your way. God's got your back and seeking Him will render you powerful and positioned nicely for success. 


And helping others win. 

Blessed and highly favored to be just that for the people in your realm of influence. 

Step forward and don't stand in line. Then move and don't wait for permission.

God has guaranteed your success, because He knows what you will do with it. 


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Jeremiah 29:11


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