God gave me this message back on May 20, 2020, and I was led back to it again yesterday morning.
What if the purpose in which you were created does not manifest in this lifetime? Where you can see it come to fruition, enjoy it, and bear the fruit. Will you continue to believe God, or will you abort the mission and submit to our own ways? What if it doesn’t look quite like you imagined along the way? Will you continue to have faith and walk it out despite the delay, hindrance, or discomfort? What if the promise is for your children or your children’s children, but it’s all contingent on you continuing to walking in your purpose today?
Even if it doesn’t feel like the vision will come to pass…keep going! Generational wealth and blessings (beyond the tangible) are tied to your purpose…keep going! I know we are plagued with uncertainty this season, adjusting to the new norm, dealing with anxiety, stress, and pressure. Some of us are dealing with physical pain from chronic conditions, and the emotional pain tied to it or respective on its own. And some are battling with doubt, shame, fear, hurt, or discontentment. But I encourage you to KEEP GOING and strive toward the purpose in which you were created. Your current situation is a chapter in your beautiful book of life. So, go back to school, write the book, start the blog, start the business, bridge the gap…just keep going. God’s Promises will not go void!
Few Scripture References
Not one word has failed of all the wonderful promises he gave through his servant Moses (1 Kings 8:56)
The Lord promises are pure, and He is faithful to keep them (Psalms 12:6)
Remember, as we are waiting on God. He is also waiting on us. When we fulfill our responsibilities, we can see more of God’s matchless Works. Kind of like when I kid asks for something, and the parent asks leading questions like, “did you clean your room like you were supposed to” or “did you take out the trash.” God is patient towards us, and His timing is immaculate, but we have work to do, too (2 Peter 3:9). I can go on and on, but I’ll stop here.
I love you a bunch, and I hope you were blessed by this message.