Redirecting Our Energies

An invitation to join with me in the movement–“No More Excuses.”  We will redirect the energy that would normally be expended making excuses for why it didn’t happen, why we didn’t receive it, why we didn’t go after it, why we were skipped over, and a long list of other excuses too numerous to mention here.  Instead of concentrating energies in this area, we will instead focus on the covenant that we have with God.  Knowing that He is a covenant keeping God, we understand that nothing shall be impossible as we align our with His will for our lives.  As we do this, He will give us the desires of our heart–which should be relatively simple since at this point our desires will be His desires for us.

So… instead of thinking, “I could do it if  only…,”  we will remember that greater is He that is in us that He that is in the world (I John 4:4) and set our minds to remove all barriers to our success.  Ask God to open a door that no man can close (Rev. 3:8).  Instead of seeing our difficulties as impending failures, we will choose to view them as opportunities that challenge us and cause us to grow.  We will seek and find solutions–just like the friends that went upon the housetop and lowered the sick man (with palsy) through the roof (Luke 5:18-20).  He was healed because they refused to see the difficulty as a reason to fail but rather an opportunity to engage their minds and tap into creative solutions for their challenge.  I don’t believe God is much interested in our excuses–but rather our faith.  When the infirmed man at the Pool of Bethesda offered an excuse (‘I have no one to put me into the pool at the troubling of the water’), Jesus said, “Rise, take up thy bed, and walk (John 5:2-8).”  He was interested in his faith.  And so we redirect our energies and we will walk by faith and not by sight and ignite the movement, No More Excuses.  Thanks for visiting.

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1 Response to Redirecting Our Energies

  1. manoahswife says:

    Your post today reminded me of another blog that I follow written by a woman that I know. She is sold out and on fire for the Gospel. The name of her blog is “Have One Less” and she means excuses. Here is the link if you have time to check her out:
    Great post!

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