I have been wondering to myself whether this employement thing really is my thing? My contract with my current employer expires in 4months, and I’m not sure I’ll want to renew my contract.
The sing-song thing is something I’d have fun doing, question is, am I ready for it? Is there any such thing as being ready for something?
It doesn’t help that I’ve been getting an earfull from the folks about where my money goes. Granted, I have been a tard too self-indulgent especially when it comes to fine dining, comfy cab-rides home and the occasional splash of red on a weekend night out…
I need to develop better money habits…where do I start from? Goodness…eish
I need to do some serious believing…like believing God for some big things, right?! nothing like what you’re thinking, cheeky one (smile)
till next time,
easy does it 🙂
Believe God for great things!
‘With God all things are possible.’ MATTHEW 19:26
The poet wrote, ‘Beware of those who stand aloof, and greet each venture with reproof. The world would stop if things were run, by those who say, ‘It can’t be done.’ Refuse to let the word ‘impossible’ stop you. Jesus said, ‘With God all things are possible.’ If those who’ve changed the world had left every ‘impossible’ task undone, we’d still be living in the Dark Ages. Here are four examples:
1) German experts predicted that trains travelling at 25 mph would cause severe nose bleeds and the passengers would suffocate going through tunnels. American experts added that we’d need more mental institutions because people would go mad when they saw the first trains.
2) When the YWCA first announced typing classes for women, there was a furious backlash on the grounds that the ‘female constitution would deteriorate under such strain.’
3) Experts insisted that iron ships would never float, that the iron would wreak havoc with the compass readings.
4) In 1797, New Jersey farmers denounced the first cast-iron plough, insisting it would poison the land and stimulate weeds. So much for ‘experts!’ More of us are persuaded into believing for too little than believing for too much. Vision is essential for survival. And a God-given vision is conceived by faith, sustained by prayer and fuelled by God’s Word. It’s not about what you can do, but what God can do with your life when it’s fully surrendered to Him. It encompasses things outside the realm of the predictable, the safe, and the expected. ‘Where there is no vision, the people perish’ (Proverbs 29:18). If God has given you a vision; pursue it, and believe Him for great things!