Do we just give up and throw in the towel or do we continue with it, because we know it's what we were born to do?
Carrying out our endeavors is like flying airplanes. It takes precision, focus, and strength.
I'll focus on the strength part, for time sake. Have you ever seen an obese pilot? Probably not. At least not a very efficient top-of-her-game pilot, right? There are many reasons why pilots have to be physically fit (as well as, emotionally and mentally fit). It's a demanding job. Finishing goals and carrying out our God-ordained life purpose is also demanding. We need similar attributes to that of the pilot if we want to be able to fly the success plane. It's not for the give-up-easy people. And starting, continuing, and finishing something isn't for the person who wants quick results either. It's for the person who is the most fit to survive to the end -- to the mission is accomplished. Nothing worthwhile comes easy.
"Now finish the work, so that your eager willingness to do it may be matched by your completion of it, according to your means" (2 Corinthians 8:11).
It's going to take hard work and push through to continue working throughout challenges and struggles. Yet the outcome is so worth it. Just think about anything you had to work hard to get. What was the feeling when you got it?
If you want that feeling each time you complete a goal, the process will be the same.
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