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100%


Posted on March 5th, by Jim Crumbley in Boldness, Faith, Sticking it out. No Comments

Life is not always fair…

  • Bosses can be tough to work for…
  • Spouses can be difficult to live with…
  • Co-workers can grab credit when their input is less than optimal…
  • Miracles can seem delayed…

Work willingly at whatever you do, as though you were working for the Lord rather than for people. Colossians 3:23

Even when the results you are hoping for are not the results you see, 100% is the gateway that takes from what was dead to what is alive.

Five truths to giving 100% 100%

  1. Don’t judge results simply as results: Sometimes the journey brings more fruit to your life than the destination.
  2. You may know WHERE you want to go but God knows the PLAN: Trusting God means to give 100% where ever it is that He has you.
  3. What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger: The more we push through (temptations, fear, difficulties) to embrace God’s grace the stronger the faith that took us there.
  4. You are what you focus on : You can talk the talk and even begin to walk the walk but it is the next thought that takes you to cusp of victory OR to final defeat.
  5. Find a coach and then do what he says: Champions all have one thing in common. Not only do they have a coach, they do what the coach says.

100% is not about  your works. We are saved and receive God’s favor by grace. 100% is about your attitude of faith! Don’t give up to challenges…don’t give in to doubt…don’t live by anything less than 100%.

“You can,” Philip answered, “if you believe with all your heart.” Acts 8:37

JimC

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