How often do we choose logic over faith?
How often do we give into fears of the unknown?
How often do we silence the voice of the hope that is calling us to something so much greater?
How often do we exchange our callings for a false sense of security?
How often do we exchange a blessing for a lie?
How often do we give in to the naysayers and critics, silencing the voice of faith?
How often do we spend what little we have on things that will never least, while tossing eternal things into the trash?
How often do we let opportunity die because it didn’t match the plans we had in mind.
How often do we do what is socially acceptable or popular instead of doing what’s right?
How often do we settle for so much less, because somehow we feel safer when we say no to change?
How often do we play it safe when our callings, passions, and destinies require risk?
How often do we get stuck in a rut because we refuse to push the gas pedal?
How often do we suffer lack because we failed to plant the seeds of spring time?
How often do we count the cost and decide we would rather live a mediocre life.
How often do we go with the flow when it’s just dead fish drifting down stream?
How often do we give in to doubt, when faith stirs in our souls?
How often do we sit when we should be standing up for what we know is true?
How often do we stand still when it’s time to run?
Are your choices are motivated by these?
Laziness / Comfort
Safety / Security
It’s your life. You can change it.
You can decide today to stop being a fear driven person.
You can choose to change your perspective.
Start by evaluating whether you have been making life choices based of FEAR.
If so, make a list of things you would do differently if FEAR was irrelevant.
Throw out fear, and start over.
“I said no to ___________ because I was afraid of _________________ .”
Now really, what could happen if you choose faith instead of fear? What if the opposite happened and none of your fears evolved?
“I will say yes to ______________ because this is the way to_________________.”
It’s the people who say NO to fear and then step out in faith who live life to the fullest.