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Feed Your Destiny

Take time to care for the people that have been put in your life.
The Apostle Paul said in Ephesians 5:15-17, “Make the most of every opportunity. Don’t be vague and thoughtless, but live accurately and purposefully.” If you’re going to reach your highest potential, you’ve got to be an on-purpose person.

Instead of thinking, “This stinks, I can’t believe this happened or that happened.” Have the attitude, “It’s just more fertilizer. God is getting me prepared for something greater.”

King David said in Psalm 4:1, “God enlarged me in my time of distress.” He didn’t get enlarged when things looks so good; he was enlarged in the tough times.
So in view of King David’s Testimony, you may be facing some situations or challenges in your life today, and don’t know how it’s going to turn out or how you could accomplish your dreams. That’s okay, don’t worry. God has it figured out, in the midst of that challenge you can say, “God has blessed me, promoted me, protected me.”
Bible said in Romans 4:18-21 that Abraham was giving glory to God in the midst of challenges, knowing that God who has made some promise to him can never fail. Psalm 119:89

If you can see it from the scripture, it’s yours by faith demonstrated with upfront thanksgiving.
I can tell you, God is positioning you for even greater things in your future.

By Joel Osteen.