PUSH!

I want to start by saying that nothing great comes on a platter of gold. It is not enough to conceive a great idea, you must also work towards birthing it. If you must birth that great idea, you must first travail.

I must first apologize however for the break in posting in the last few weeks. It really feels good to be back on the job. So let’s move on…

Your pathway to the greatness that God has prepared for you is not going to be without thorns and thistles. There are pains to deal with and battles to fight. You cannot afford to have a miscarriage of your dreams and ideas.

For there to be delivery, there has to be a push. You cannot relax and expect your ideas to deliver greatness to you, you have to travail and PUSH. You have to look beyond the immediate pain and push your way through to the gains that lie ahead.

You have not received grace to be lazy and lousy, it is an aid as you PUSH your way through to all God has designed you to be at conception. God did not say there will be no pain, but He soothes the pain so you can PUSH!

If you conceive an idea, and you do not PUSH your way to delivery, you will definitely have a miscarriage of ideas.

“Who hath heard such a thing? Who hath seen such things? Shall the earth be made to bring forth in one day? Or shall a nation be born at once? For as soon as Zion travailed, she brought forth her children” Isa. 66:8 (KJVL).

#THE PROCESS

Please share with others and let it bless them as it blessed you

Stay blessed.       
  

©TRANSFORMING WORDS SERIES
(Transforming the World through the Word)
http://www.transformingwordseries.wordpress.com

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