Life is full of peace stealers. There will always be people and circumstances trying to pull you out of peace. If you’re going to live in peace, you have to put some boundaries up and not allow everything in. Do yourself a favor, be careful what you feed your inner person.
There’s always something trying to steal the seed of God’s Word out of your heart. But remember what God said. Even in famine, you will have more than enough. Whatever you touch will prosper and succeed.
The economy is not your source, God is your source. You’re connected to a supply line that will never run dry. And because you keep that seed watered—you keep thanking God for what He promised, you keep talking like it’s on the way, you’re constantly meditating on what He said—you’re going to see the faithfulness of God. He’s going to make things happen that you couldn’t make happen.
Where you start in life does not determine the size of your destiny. If you’ll stay in faith and keep moving forward, God will take you where you never dreamed possible.
If you get in tune with God, He will open doors that no person can shut. He will take you where you can’t go on your own.
God will bring the right people. He’ll bring divine connections, people that will come into agreement with you, people that will thrust you forward, and help you to reach your destiny.
You can’t wait for people’s approval to do what God has called you to do. What you have may seem small or insignificant; but if you’ll use what you have, God will cause you to step into the fullness of your destiny.
God hasn’t forgotten about you. What He promised is still on the way. What God started He’s going to finish. He has the final say.
The Scripture says, “Don’t think it strange when you face fiery trials.” Don’t get down because life threw you a curve. You had an unexpected difficulty. Sometimes you face challenges not because you’re doing something wrong, but because you’re doing something right.
Life is full of things that we don’t like: disappointments, a friend betrays us, we didn’t get the promotion. It’s easy to get discouraged and lose our passion. But God won’t allow difficulty unless He’s going to, somehow, use it for our good. We may not understand it but, if you’ll keep the right attitude, it will push you further into your destiny.
One of the best things I’ve learned is to trust God’s timing and trust His ways. What God promised will come to pass, but it may not happen the way you think; it may not be when you had planned.