It literally does take one step at a time. When we begin our climb, we may not see the end in sight quickly but with the thought that overtime, “I will reach the end” or “I will get to the top of this mountain;” you soon perceive there is an end to everything. When you think about where you are now and where you were perhaps even one month ago, a year ago, or even a decade ago, do you see progression? Do you notice that you have come up a little higher, “so to speak” or do you feel as though the process is going by slowly, in the wrong direction, or maybe not at all? Perhaps you feel like you are living on the pause button.
When you live intentionally, you realize that most things do not just happen overnight. You come to understand this will take some time to get there. You recognize there is a process; I must walk out/live out right now. The important part about climbing is that you understand the steps you are taking may not be the same as everyone else. You recognize this is my journey. My story is literally being written with every step I am making.
Let’s admit it, on the way, you could find roadblocks and other major obstacles that could try to throw you off track. This can lead you to retreat or even stop you in your tracks. But, let’s be honest here if you allow that, you are literally giving power over to what is trying to affect you whether it is a person, place, thing or word being spoken. It is important to see all of it for what it really is and not allow yourself to give in to any of these things, so that you are not delayed in moving forward in the climb!
Intentional living and prayerfully seeking God helps you tremendously along the way! Having your mind made up and your heart fixed on purposeful living helps you to gain a lot of ground in your climb upward! You must be aware of negative words and other circumstances trying to discourage you. You must understand that it is important to reflect on where you are and recognize how other influences could be affecting your destiny and purpose!
When you understand that God has created you on purpose and with purpose you come to see that there are things that are specifically planned out for you to do. If you are not doing them, you will find yourself not living fully satisfied and constantly feeling like there is more. Once you experience this, you must take some time to pause and see how you can make necessary changes to move forward in the climb in doing what you believe you are called and created to do.
As you take some time to examine this moment, I encourage you to seek God’s guidance and for revelation if you believe you are not living out what He has planned for you. It is in this moment that you pray and allow God to guide you and correct you in the right direction that He has ordained for you to walk in. You might even come to see that you have had the wrong influences affecting your footsteps. Making the necessary changes will definitely affect your climb and enable you to move forward in what you are created to do. I strongly encourage you to get your footsteps on the right path marked out for you; asking God to continually guide you along the way!
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