The first step towards any triumph, will always be the most difficult, bit also, the most worth it.
We were all made to be more than what we except on a daily basis. Since receiving God, I now have the Holy Spirit, who allows me to walk in the supernatural when accessed.
I was reading other people’s work so much yesterday, and I realized that I don’t have the time to monitor other people and their successes when I am striving to reach my own. I can rejoice with others, but I have to be able to stay on track with my own goals as well.
I’ve had a lot go on lately, and most of you probably don’t know, but I am a fitness enthusiast, and alongside my passion to write, I enjoy the challenge of keeping my temple in shape, and knowing that the progress made was something I made happen through dedication and hard work. Well, when you’re working double time to keep your mental state in tact, and make sure you are in right standing, something is bound to fall off. And it happens. But, you can fall off, just don’t stay off!
I don’t have that bone in my body that says quitting is okay. You can let it slide girl. NO! I can not let it slide. I know what my goals are, and most of them are too big for my bank account. Thankfully God is not concerned with what we have in our bank accounts, but how much FAITH we have.
Yesterday, I didn’t make any excuses, or push it off a day because I didn’t feel up to it, I got dressed, and worked out the best I have in some time. And it felt great! I fueled my body properly, and woke up feeling stronger and better this morning. Above average!
I work to keep my mind, body, and soul fit for the purpose God created me for.
Today, as you face Friday, say to yourself that you were made for more than what you THINK you are capable of. You are more than what others say you are capable of. You are what God says you are, and you can do ALL things through Him, who strengthens you! Every little bit you do today to better yourself, will all be worth it in the long run.
“She equips herself with strength [spiritual, mental, and physical fitness for her God-given task] And makes her arms strong.”