Dare To Jump


What if I fly “You cannot always wait for the perfect time.  Sometimes, you must dare to jump.”  @WomenOfHistory

No hesitation. He who does not risk, sometime, one little thing, anything – does not change. There is that moment of fear – that moment where doubt or questions arise yet we know deep within ourselves there is no turning back. What are the choices? To stay in this place and die a slow death or jump into the adventure in Christ.

I_Can_FlyChrist Jesus is our safety net as we start to jump. He who has called us never leaves us or forsakes us. He waits for us to move outside the boundaries of our comfort zones that we have created to stay safe. Well…………time to let down those self-created obstacles to exhilarating faith and leap into freedom. Is it dangerous? Perhaps but when God initiates the idea and we respond to the adventure, He follows through, resourcing our every step.

Soaring EagleWhat else to say? It’s quite simple. “But those who wait upon God get fresh strength. They spread their wings and soar like eagles, they run and don’t get tired, they walk and don’t lag behind (Isaiah 40:31 Message)

Turn the Page – Better Yet, Close That Book


There comes a time when you have to choose between turning the page or closing the book.” @WomenOfHistory

The time is now. It’s time. Close the book. There’s a new story waiting for us in a new season from God. Staying too long in this place? Reading the same stuff over and over and over? Can’t see the words on these old worn out pages? Don’t build a memorial to the good old days. Time to close the book. Start to explore a new story, a new adventure. Good bye to the past and all it’s taught us! It was great but there is a new journey ahead!

Old Book Flower

Ever feel like you’re reading the same story over and over, hoping it will change or hoping you can change it in time? It’s been so long it’s taken on a life of its own. Look closely, there’s grass growing there from staying in that same place for too long. Well, that’s a clear sign to close the book. Close it. Thank God for what has been learned and then start a new adventure. There’s a new story ahead.