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Carrying out the mission

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Do you know that carrying out the mission and assignment God has for us is like flying an plane? Yes, because it takes precision, focus, and strength. And we can do it, because that’s what God birthed in us to do. Yes, we can't fly planes necessarily, but we can carry out the mission God has for us. That's what I'm saying. 

There are many reasons why pilots have to be physically fit (as well as, emotionally and mentally fit). It's a demanding job, but can you imagine if they weren't in tip top condition, there mission would not be accomplished? Finishing goals and carrying out our God-ordained life’s purpose is demanding. It's not for the give-up-easy people. Starting, continuing, and finishing something isn't for the person who wants quick results. It's for the person who is the most fit to survive to the end -- to stay with the mission until mission-accomplished just like those pilots flying in the air; getting that plane up and getting that plane back down safely. It's not easy for the pilot, right? Nothing worthwhile comes easy, nothing, but God -- ohhhh God -- will give us everything we need to fulfill our assignment. 2 Corinthians 8:11 says, "Now finish the work, so that your eager willingness to do it may be matched by your completion of it, according to your means." It's about carrying out that mission. What are we here for? What are you here for? What am I here for? We need to know that. 
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