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Faith and Work

Posted by on Jun 24, 2013 in Faith, Fear, Work | 0 comments

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Faith – The assurance of things hoped for, the conviction of things not seen. Hebrews 11:1

Faith is what gets us out of bed in the morning everyday to face the day. It is that belief that whatever great thing you set out to do will be done. You don’t know how it will turn out. You don’t have a crystal ball to see the future. But you know that what you are about to accomplish can be done and you will do it. This is not a blind faith however. You have a dream, a vision. You have done the research. You have the skills. But fear is holding you back. Fear that you aren’t expert enough, fear that you will fail, even fear that you will succeed. And that fear is stopping you from putting in the work.

Faith without works is dead. James 2:26

In order for your dreams to be realized, you have to put in the work. That means taking action. In most cases massive action. So your faith may be strong, but if the fear is stronger, it gets in the way of work. And usually takes place in the forms of self sabotage and procrastination. Make your faith stronger than your fear. Do it by creating your own accountability team. Start telling people about your goals. Create SMART goals. Give yourself a deadline. Wake up every morning believing that your goals can be achieved. Be a talker, but more importantly be a doer. Show your faith by your works!

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