It's Go Time!

Sooo... we are going to teach each other how to fish, rather than giving each other fish...(there won't be a lot of explaining, just some abstract thoughts and logical proclamations)

If our goals are goals that we can achieve without assistance, then maybe they aren’t worth pursuing... 

Philippians 3:14 reads “I press on toward the goal to win the prize for which God has called me heavenward in Christ Jesus.” 
We should aim to achieve goals that glorify The Kingdom; goals that may seem out of reach to some, and impossible to others... Matthew 19:26 reads “But Jesus looked at them and said to them, 'With men this is impossible, but with God all things are possible.'”

We must step out of our comfort zones; rid ourselves of the fear of failure. Moreover, we must see our failures as victory... Fail forward. Above all, learn from everything we do - for the sake of practical application to future endeavors
2 Corinthians 12:910 - I want you to look that one up on your own...NLT, KJV, NIV,  don't matta...when you find it, reread the last part of verse ten over and over, until it clicks.

REWIND: I am not suggesting to go out and fail on purpose, or to make uninformed decisions...but... if we fail or fall short, we can't allow it ruin our lives.  We must use it as fuel & remain faithful.  We can't give up because things don't work out when we want them to.  Last time I checked, we were on His time... thus, we must hold to His unchanging hand and trust that if He did it before, He'll do it again.  Only the next time we get an opportunity to fail, we must prepare for increase, so that God can enlarge our territory.  (SN: now I feel like I need to turn on my Pandora for a #PraiseBreak LOL)

"For eyes have not seen and ears have not heard..." - might have to copy and paste that in your google search, too - trust me, that's a WHOLE word that you don't want to miss... the end of that ninth verse though... umn umn umn... just know... You have yet seen your best days, ju heard!

Ard, until next time beautiful people...  Embrace your greatness!