“For the vision is yet for the appointed time; it hastens toward the goal and it will not fail. Though it tarries, wait for it; for it will certainly come, it will not delay” Habbakuk 2:3
This is a pretty short blog posting but I wanted to really encourage anyone out there that God ‘has got this!’
If you feel you’ve messed up so much that there’s no going back – Don’t believe it!
If you feel others have messed up things for you and there’s no going back – Don’t believe it!!
If you feel like God doesn’t listen to any of your prayers – Don’t believe it!!
If you feel like you’re in the wrong place – Don’t believe it!!
If you feel like you’ve blown your destiny –DO NOT EVER BELIEVE THAT!!
There’s a foundational plot to every story; a prologue; a beginning. It may feel like your beginning has lasted 50 plus years!! It has!
God has an action packed, God ordained, highly blessed chapter coming up for you………! You just have to turn the page and delve in!
Do you honestly think THIS IS IT? Do you literally believe that there isn’t more to your story??
There is a lot more to your story and the ‘plot truly does thicken’!
But there are steps to take……..
STEP into the next chapter, written by the Almighty Father God by
• being obedient
• by your offerings of praise and worship, and
• by reading and listening to His Word.
God isn’t a complex being! He is unbelievably simple. It’s we humans who make things tangled, tortuous and tough on ourselves. We consistently add unnecessary paragraphs into our stories………too many garbled sentences……..we don’t take a rest and reflect on our latest written words………we just march right on………looking in the wrong direction………taking the reader towards an entirely different plot, that was never meant to be part of the finished manuscript anyway!!
So, today, lay it all before Him; put down YOUR pen and let God write this next chapter
You haven’t ‘messed up’.
And God, being the Almighty Creator He is, can only ever produce a bestselling masterpiece.
“Relying on God has to begin all over again, every day, as if nothing had yet been done” C.S. Lewis