The time is really short. You may be waiting for a smooth road to do what God has placed in your heart. My prayer is that you will not hear the last trumpet blast while waiting. Do whatever you can, within the capacity of what God has given you. It takes faith to step out. It takes, just one step at a time. Rome was not built in one day.

Secondly, you may have something (in your hand, in your spirit) that needs to be released for the Kingdom. You may not necessarily be the one to take it where it needs to get to…Think about it. Be prepared to release what you have.

While Paul was in prison he wrote letters to all the Churches. If he decided to wait until he was released to write those letters, Paul may have taken every single letter to the grave. Be prepared to release what you have to be used by others, for Christ sake.

The widow with the “widow’s mite” gave what she had. Imagine if she had decided to wait until she was rich to give what she had? (Luke 21:1-4). She would have never been commended by Jesus. She would not have her name permanently recorded, as an example in scripture.

Lastly, imagine standing in front of Christ, with all your gifts and talents, strapped tightly to your chest, you not being prepared to release it, or even release it to be used by others… Let it go, let God use it in the way He seems fit. Ask for HIS timing, ask Him what He would have you do with what He has given you. It’s really not about you, but about Christ and His glory.

I hope this has blessed you. Do feel free to drop a comment below. Have a great weekend. Love you all abundantly, in Christ,

Ruth Dickson

#RuthDicksonUK #DigitalEvangelist

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