Posts Tagged With: commitment

No Need To Be Stagnant




Happy Thursday!!!

Are you feeling spiritually stagnant?

If you are like me then you understand exactly what I’m saying.

I’ve come to a road in my journey where I know that there is so much that God has for me, but I wonder at the same time will I ever be able to complete the current task at hand in order to get to the next phase of my journey.

Someone once told me that I was not afraid of not succeeding, but that I was afraid of succeeding.

When I first heard that I was like, What?

Why would I be afraid of succeeding? That doesn’t make any since.

I thought if I knew I would definitely succeed wouldn’t I be all in for it?

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The Price of Commitment


When we commit we agree or pledge to do something in the future. People make commits everyday. They commit to be to work on time, to exercise, to picking up groceries on the way home from work, etc. However, making a verbal commitment is the easy part, following through often creates the challenge.

At the beginning of each fasting cycle Surrender Fasters commit to surrender something specific to God. Some make good on that promise while others never make it to the finish line.

Is there something special about the latter?

Not really.

They were simply willing to pay the price. *But what is the price of commitment? Continue reading

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