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You're going to make it

Daily Devotional Podcast. Follow along with blog post.


Yes I believe you’re going to make it and I believe you’re going to do what it is the Lord wants you to do. Yes, I’m putting that into the atmosphere, because words are powerful, right?

Do you know there is no need to despise humble beginnings? No, because when we seek wisdom and continue to follow the Lord, guess what? Matthew 20:16 says, the last will be first, and the first will be last. That's just the way it's going to happen. Your time is coming and you're going to make it. Do you believe that? I hope you believe that. I know I believe that for myself. There was a time when I didn't and today I do. And that's it. As you know, I continuously speak over my life in this podcast and in my devotional, because we have to put positive in the atmosphere. We have to speak what the Lord says about us. We have to believe it, speak it, and act it out. So really, there is no need that worry about who seems to be doing what and comparing ourselves to anyone. Sometimes I know that’s easier said than done, but all we have to do is stay in our lane and what God has for us, is simply for us. We just need to keep going forward and doing what it is we do. That's it.

And all of that is really important, because of the wisdom that God enables us to carry. Proverbs 2 tells us to cry out for wisdom and insight and we will know the knowledge of God. So again I say to you, you’re going to make it, so no need to be concerned about where you are today. Just look at your future. Look at what God says He's going to do. Alright? Continuously strengthen yourself in His Word and continuously position yourself around positive people. You're going to make it. You just have to keep doing what you do over and over and over again. And I'm telling you, something is going to take. It is. God's plans for us are still yes and amen. He has plans for our tomorrows too. Ok, so do you believe you're going to make it? Believe it. 
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