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The obstacles show the way to purpose

by - January 11, 2016


Good morning girls,
Happy Monday! 
I hope you had an awesome first week of the year, still sticking to those goals? I hope yes!
My week was kinda rocky. I've missed every deadline and challenge I set for myself for the week! I was bummed, to the point of quitting, yes! quitting!

I begin to tell myself how unrealistic and unfeasible my goals were, I could never achieve them I should aim lower.

In the midst of my mini-meltdown, God sent a reminder through some of my internet friends. 

It's ok to mess up, it's ok to miss the mark because life happened. Life happened, there will be setbacks, there will be mishaps but you can't quit because the obstacles will lead you to your purpose. 

The greater is mark greater is the oppositions, once you start working toward your destiny, obstacles will arise. Be grateful for the obstacle, they are actually breadcrumbs leading to your purpose!

I shared my two words last week, Grateful and expecting. 

I'm super excited expecting greatness but just one week in, I'm already feeling like maybe I shouldn't, the doubts are creeping in and the reality is trying to prove me wrong.

But I know 
"It is to the father's glory that I bear much fruit", 
"The thief comes to steal kill and destroy, but I (Jesus) have come so they (me) might have life and have it more abundantly" 
"I'm blessed in the city and blessed in the field"
"Whatever they (me) do prosper"

The best things in life will cost you. The obstacles only show me that I'm on the right path, and I need to keep pushing!

I stand expecting!

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