As we continue to move forward into 2016, the excitement of the new year may have finally begin to subside. Alternatively, some people might have already become complacent. In any event, if you are not thinking about boosting your passion, in order to propel into your purpose, it’s now time to move forward.
God has not called the already equipped people. He equips the people He calls. You might have been worried about your finances and your busy schedule; however, God wants to see your faith (Hebrews 11:1). If God has given you a vision, it’s now time to act on this vision. More importantly, you should pray, fast and ask the Lord for His directions.
Do not let the enemy whispers lies and doubts regarding your ability. God knows that you are trying to come up on the road side of the mountain. Be that as it may, when God has already sanctioned your walk; all you have to do is to ask Him to guide your steps.
Listen to this inspirational song, and hold to God’s powerful hands, as you propel into your purpose.
We wish everyone a Happy New Year. The year 2015 might have been a great year for some, while it was a rough year for others. Notwithstanding, 2016 is an opportunity to start fresh. It’s the beginning of new dreams, goals, objectives and aspirations.
While there are so many different avenues that you may wish to embark on for 2016, you need to remember to make sure you are prioritizing your goals. When you prioritize your goals, you are able to make them more realistic and achievable, thus eliminating unnecessary disappointments. You should start prioritizing your goals, by setting both short and long-term goals. In so doing, you can accomplish what you set out to achieve for 2016.
Remember that life is not without obstacles, setbacks and disappointments. However, when you trust God to take care of you and your family, He will not disappointment you. All things work together for good, even when they seem like they are impossible and failing (Romans 8:28).
As you embark on your journey in 2016, trust in the Lord with all your heart; and lean not to your own understanding. In all your ways, acknowledge Him, and He will direct your paths (Proverbs 3:5-6).
God bless you all.