Refreshed In the Midst of Adversity
When you are in the middle of God's plan for your life, it may be painful, difficult and it will most definitely challenge you. The challenges will confront you in more than one area most likely.
So why follow God and His Plans? Because my friend, He is out to make you a better man or woman. He wants to see you happy and thriving. He is happy you are alive and He desires for you to get the most out of your life. His plans of blessing toward you may be of such a magnitude He wants to make sure to expand your capacity to receive such a love and abundant blessing. He desires you to contain the full measure He has appointed for you. You've not truly experienced what "lavished" can mean.
So whatever grieves, worries or heavies your heart... Whether it is a season or situation that has no respite...God walks the trail with you. He will see you through and the glory of your endeavor will be credited to you. That's His Promise.
Pursue the greater blessing.
Whatever enslaves, cripples or chills your soul, it will all melt away in the Shine of God's Sympathy.
God has you. He is giving you undaunted moral courage.
Surround yourself with people who share your vision, passions, beliefs. Find others who are willing to give of themselves to pursue it. It has been my experience that when you step out in risk taking faith, some begin the journey with you, but quit when it gets hard or "takes too long".
Don't let that stop you.
There is a season for everything under the sun. Keep moving forward. God will bring others around you who have the strength to rise and stay the coarse with you. You will overcome, if you only believe...
Never. Give. Up.
The more demanding the cost of the dream the more rewarding and respectful the achievement becomes. Absolute Champion! ~Nicole
"When you go through deep waters, I will be with you. When you go through rivers of difficulty, you will not drown. When you walk through the fire of oppression, you will not be burned up; the flames will not consume you."
"Nothing shall by any means hurt you." Luke 10:19