Has God’s Vision for You REALLY Left The Building?
When was the last time you got really serious about letting down all of your walls, all of your fears and just got really raw with God about what’s going on inside of you? So many of us wander around settling for mediocre when there is a much bigger vision lying dormant inside of us. We tell ourselves “it just didn’t work out. I must have heard God wrong, because I tried and failed. I don’t have what it takes to do this.” Blah, blah, blah…. and we throw in the towel.
I want to challenge you today to look deep inside your heart. Take a minute right now, close your eyes and look…what do you see?
What’s the dream or the vision that was planted there?
Here is the bigger question, whats stopping you from pursuing it?
God doesn’t place gifts and dreams inside of us and then change His mind. “For God’s gifts and His call are irrevocable.” Romans 11:29
Where a lot us get tripped up is in the training ground. We somehow think that we are going to go from point A to point B without making any stops in between and that’s just usually not the case. We have to have a time of preparation so that we are able to be effective in what we do. This is going to look different for everyone because we all START in different places, so don’t compare your prep time to someone else’s. Just don’t lose sight of the dream. But, if you do…it’s ok, God will get you back to it…when you’re ready.
So remember that dream I asked you to look at? What is it and when was the last time you got before God and got really honest and raw with Him about what is going on inside of you?
May God Bless You and Keep You And May His Face Shine Upon You Today!
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BIO: Daveda Schmidlin is a happy wife, mother, and grandmother. She is a speaker, teacher, author and former pastor who is passionate about the Gospel of Grace. Her message is sincere, encouraging, simple and profound. Her words will set people free from condemnation and will help usher them into a deeper revelation and understanding of God’s great love.