Well Worth The Risk! Be Encouraged!

by Anonymous

I am reminded in Ecclesiastes 3:11 that "God makes everything beautiful in its time". I'm so thankful that God's timing is always perfect. Last year, I took a leap of faith into concentrating more on ministry by leaving my full-time job. The past few months I have been wondering if I made the correct decision. It was a big pay-cut to my salary! I had many doubts until I received a call today from the District Superintendent. The call was basically asked if I needed anything at all, and if I did to not hesitate to ask. God is faithful to his people! It makes the leap of faith well worth the risk.

Whatever decision we are led to make in our individuals life's, if we strongly believe that God has apart in it, we should take that step of faith. God has provided everything I am in need of! I was miserable, unhappy, and ready for something new. I'm living proof that God makes everything beautiful in its time.

Remember, Peter left all his fishing gear behind to fulfill what God had called him to do. Let us do the same in our individuals walks of life! Praise God I left Egypt and I'm headed towards Canaan! Be obedient to what God has called you to do! Don't give up or give into the enemy! Stay faithful in your call! God will provide!

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