Often times on our journey we will come to a place that feels like stagnation or like we’ve hit a wall. To be quite honest, most of the time we are the stagnation or wall.
We ask God to increase our faith but when opportunities arise for us to exercise that faith we fail to launch. We must remember that “faith is the substance of things hoped for and the evidence of things not seen” (Hebrews 11:1) Sometimes you’re going to have to leap.
This isn’t a free pass to make impulsive unwise decisions but rather a reminder that a “a good man’s steps are ordered by the Lord” (Psalm 37:23). It was explained to me once that many people misinterpret this and think it means you just standing around waiting for God to hand you a detailed itinerary of His plan. While you should always move in wisdom, once you have received your confirmation (sometimes multiple times) you’re going to have to walk. When you walk, God will order your steps.
Even if you make a mistake, He always has a plan to get you to your destiny at the moment it was predestined for you to be there.
Faith is an action word, it’s supposed to be aggressive not passive. People of faith shouldn’t be quietly sitting in the corner twiddling their thumbs, hanging on till Jesus comes. If God gave you a dream and a vision, your role in that is to do whatever is reasonably within your power to do and He will do the rest. God gives us all gifts and talents but your testimony isn’t going to sound like “well God gave me this idea, I sat on it for as long as I could and one day it magically jumped off the table, came to life and the end”. Sometimes we’re sitting around crying about our situation or finances and the answer you’re seeking He already gave us but because it’s not currently convenient or what we feel like hearing, we just waste time. God NEVER promised this walk would be convenient, but He did say He shall supply all your needs, He wants you to live abundantly, lack no good thing, etc. so get up, get aggressive in your faith and do the possible. God will do the impossible.
Lots of people can do things and lots do them well. Being able to do something, even exceptionally well still doesn’t mean God called you to do it. So that ends with you spinning your wheels so to speak and running around the same mountains over and over again. However when you get yourself aligned with His purpose and plans for your life? No weapon formed against you shall prosper and no devil in hell can stop you. MANY are called, FEW are chosen. We are chosen by the way we respond to the call. “For many are called, but few are chosen.” Matthew 22:14 NKJV
It’s time for you all (whatever your denomination) to cut the crap. Your job is to spread the good news of the gospel, not point fingers at other believers. Once people believe in Christ, your job is done and the rest is between that person and God. Keep it moving because there is a whole lot of people sick, dying, and suffering that you need to reach and the sanctification process, is just that. A process that is not dictated by your personal time table. A lot of you are chasing people away from God because of your behavior and you will be held accountable for it. How about you let God do His job and you do the one you were called to do? Let’s try that…
What if heaven was only a mile away?
Check out this awesome new track written and produced by Joseph SD, “Get Away”
If you’re going to be in the Connecticut area August 22nd, come out and see Joseph SD perform live at Washington Park in Bridgeport CT! The Christian Community Body of Christ (CCBOC- Pastors Elwood & Zenaida Collazo) will be hosting their first annual Hip-Hop / Reggaeton out reach event. The event will include free food, free music & more! The event will be held from 10am-4pm.
Check out the newest single from Joseph SD titled “Hold Up”
“Examine your own life before you judge how others live. (John 8:7) as they continued to ask him, he stood up and said to them, “let him who is without sin among you be the first to throw a stone at her” nobodies innocent, “for all have sinned and fall short of the Glory of God (Romans 3:23) Go listen to this track, hope you all feel it.”- Joseph SD
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