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- Running Shoes On: Check
- Ready to Run: Check
- Running Route: Unknown
There’s a problem with this checklist, and it’s not the unknown running route. It’s not a bad thing to run if you are exercising or training for a marathon. (There are probably some other good reasons to run as well.) However, it’s when you think about running or actually end up trying to run from where God is calling you to be that an issue arises.
Below are some things to remember and consider:
1. Be who God called you to be. Each person has a different calling.
Which of the following would you like to see continued into this new year from Purpose Over Fear?
- Scripture Talk Mondays
- Pep Talk Wednesdays
- No Complaints Fridays (on Facebook and Twitter)
- Sermon Summary Sundays (on Facebook and Twitter)
Share your thoughts in the comment section below.
Welcome back for Week 4 of Pep Talk Wednesdays! This week’s topic is about giving thanks for 2016.
Welcome back for Week 3 of Pep Talk Wednesdays! This week’s topic is: God is in Control.
Think about the following:
Welcome back for Week 2 of Pep Talk Wednesdays! This week’s topic is busyness.
Today’s pep talk is about being imperfectly amazing. So, here goes…
Every Wednesday this month, check out PurposeOverFear.com and Facebook.com/PurposeOverFear for a midweek pep talk.
See you soon!
This is a message to those who have ever been in a room, looked around, and felt that you were not good enough or qualified enough to be there. This is a reminder for those who have ever felt unimportant, voiceless, and dismissed because someone tried to dismantle your confidence. There is good news.
I know that you want me to believe that I am not smart enough, ready, or able to handle where God has placed me. However, I’m writing to remind you of what you clearly forgot. I am a child of God. God created me with a purpose and it is God who orders my steps. God chose to place me where I am and God did so intentionally. “I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.” How do I know? The Bible says it very clearly in Philippians 4:13. Also, God fully knows me (…my struggles, my strengths, etc.) and God still chose to place me where He placed me. Yes, imperfections and all.