Sometimes, when you’re on the verge of something new, fear will appear as “a friend” to turn you back. It will say “Let me give you a hug. You don’t have to do this if you’re not ready.”
It seeks to repress your success in doing what God has called you to do. We don’t want those kinds of hugs! This kind of fear is not our friend, but our enemy. Back away, fear! No hugs from you today!
We must crush fear if we are going to tap into our potential and live the fullest life. Jesus said, “I came to give you life abundantly.” I want that.
Whatever is in your heart to do, all you need is already there, too. God doesn’t plant dreams in our hearts to leave them to die. He provides all we need to carry them out. But the action steps – those are up to us.
And remember…the Wright brothers didn’t have a pilot’s license! The way to learn to do things, is to do things. What we need for each step is provided at that time. We don’t need it all now. We need provision for the step we are on. As we take steps, we find the ideas, the creativity, the connections, the courage and more – they find us.
I bless you with discernment on how to move forward in your vision, how to recognize fear or distraction, and for continued clarity for your dream. I bless you with a pioneering spirit to carry out all God designed just for you.
(c) Robin Lawrimore, June 2013