Leap of Faith


When you know your calling is in ministry, sometimes you need to go for chances that might seem a stretch. Reason for that is that God likes to work big. 

 I just applied for a position last night in another state which isn’t usually what I look for, but it stuck out at me. It isn’t beyond my capabilities but it is more than I have attempted before. I have been so limited in my roles at my previous jobs that I believe that if I was given a chance, I could do way more! How can you do more unless you put yourself in a position to give yourself a chance?  What if you are meant to be a doctor that helps cure cancer but you are stuck cleaning homes? What if you are supposed to be a missionary in another country but are flipping burgers? Small jobs are not bad. Some people find the greatest enjoyment in those positions. I’m talking about those who aren’t given a chance and settle for less.

I’m done settling for less! How about you? God has something planned. I don’t know if it’s this position, but I will trust Him.

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7 thoughts on “Leap of Faith

  1. I’m so excited for you and where God might lead you as you take this leap of faith. What I love is that you are open to doing His will. Whatever circumstance you find yourself in, whatever the scale of the task, I pray that you will seek to glorify God in all of it.
    Wishing you blessings as you look forward to good news and God’s will (which by the way, is always good news). 🙂

    Marva | sunSPARKLEshine
    Visiting from Christian Bloggers Unite

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  2. Congratulations on taking the leap! I know God must be so pleased to see you stepping out in faith regarding His plans for your ministry. I am visiting from Christian Women Bloggers Unite. Blessings!

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  3. It is God’s soft whispering voice that leads us, step by step along this journey of faith. On this you can be certain. When I wonder where His next step is leading, I remember Psalm 138:8 “The Lord will perfect that which concerneth me: thy mercy, O Lord, endureth for ever: forsake not the works of thine own hands.” Sometimes it is through a fiery furnace or a dark valley; but, He will finish what He has planned. Now, I can arise each morning with great joyous expectation and ask “what is the plan You have have for me today Lord” I will keep you in my prayers.

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