As a generation we struggle with the idea of pushing through situations and circumstances when things get hard. We ask ourselves why me? or we make statements like “this would happen to me” , the list goes on. I, myself catch myself saying these things but I’ve been reflecting on my actions after making those statements and there isn’t a correlation between the two.
I’ve made this statement in a few posts and I’ll say it again, What we speak into the world produces life. That can be good or bad. We must continue to be cautious in what we say about ourselves and about other people. Getting back to what was on my heart today, I find that we need to change our mentalities and keep the faith through our struggles. What we fail to realize is that the testing of our faith in the things we believe in tends to build us up, not tear us down. The caveat to the testing of our faith is that we have to see things through. The testing of your faith and belief can be used in all areas of your life. Just taking a walk into my personal life through the ups and downs, my faith was tested and though I have failed at some things, I also succeeded in others. Through all of my ups and downs in my life, I was built up and I became a better person because of it.
To the person pursing a dream, taking a leap of faith in their next stage of their lives; to the person that’s working diligently but still feeling stagnant; to the person that doesn’t necessarily know whats next, this is for you. My message for you is to keep the faith. I’m sure if we were able to see the finish line and what the outcome would be; we’d be more enticed to take that step. But, I’m here to set the record straight; faith has no training wheels. Take the step, live with whats on the other side. I can tell you that you will grow and learn from it.
“Faith has no training wheels” – D. Simpson
Don’t be afraid, you can do it. Whatever you’re passionate about deserves the faith and belief that it can be accomplished. Simply put: don’t step back from it, take the step forward. Keep the faith
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Written by David Simpson