Friday, January 4, 2013

Opportunity-FMF




Five Minute Friday


The year of 2013 is full of new opportunities. Will I be fearless and seize them is the only question I need ask myself.


God lays them before me like a spread at Thanksgiving and I can choose to play it close to the vest and be safe or I can choose to accept the gifts that he is offering.

This year is the year of  "yes" I choose to say yes to every opportunity and let God shut the door on the ones that are not good for me. I choose to be fearless and trust.

Things that I would normally shy away from out of insecurity and fear I will boldly move ahead with. And not be concerned with not being chosen or hearing the word "no"

2013 means carrying on the work that has begun, it is not finished, it is only just starting!

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7 comments :

  1. Wow! What would be it be like to truly have no fear and be able to shut the door on insecurity? Great post!

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  2. Fear, and the silent conversations in our heads that go along with it, can really hold us back from seeing God's glory. Cheering you on as you push past it and seize His opportunities for you!

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    1. The silent conversations will stop you before you start every time. Thanks for the encouragement.

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  3. I love this fearlessness -- getting on with what God has for us, not looking back, but keeping our gaze on Him as we all walk together!

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