Trust God and Step Out in Faith – Part 1 – July 17, 2019


Trust God and Step Out in Faith – Part 1

“His master replied, ‘Well done, good and faithful servant! You have been faithful with a few things; I will put you in charge of many things. Come and share your master’s happiness!’ Matthew 25:21

A lady, director of women’s ministries for a Church, says: ‘There are ideas I know would be beneficial, yet I hesitate to share too much or dream too big. What if they don’t work? Or people don’t like them? What if the people above me second-guess hiring me? One day I scrawled on my office wall: So what if it fails? Question: What are you yearning to try and haven’t because you’re afraid you’ll fail? What programs do you keep alive even though they aren’t serving their purpose? What technology are you avoiding? What learning are you circumventing because you feel old and rusty? If you don’t have anything on the horizon that might fail, you’re failing as a leader. Unless you push for innovation and creativity you’ll keep attracting the same people. When you “Begin the…tasks [God] assigned to you” you’ll have to push boundaries and try things that might fail.’ Don’t be afraid to fail…if you’re not failing you’re not growing. When successful people stop growing and learning, it’s because they become less willing to risk failure. Failure is delay, not defeat. A temporary detour, not a dead-end street. We all make mistakes – especially those who do things. As Paul says, “God…gives us the victory through…Christ” (1 Corinthians 15:57), and failure is often the first step towards success. Unless you’re willing to take a risk, you won’t get the chance to succeed.’ Today trust God and step out in faith!

Heavenly Father, help me step out and try new things and drop those things that no longer are relevant or working. In Jesus’ Name, Amen

One comment

  1. Love it!
    So needed this pep talk from God today.
    Work evaluation this afternoon
    Thanks be to God for giving you a voice to share!

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