I did just that when I attended my church’s revival service this week. I was so worried about how I was going to make a number of things work within a short period of time. I prayed every night but I worried too much during the day. I kept saying to myself, “When is my turn?” Instead of remaining focused on my ideas, I was focused on the process which I had no control over. Once I began to shift my focus on other things, I began to see confirmations once in a while then they became more visible daily. I know my time is near because I can feel it. There maybe somethings that I have to do to position myself for this breakthrough in order to receive it and that’s the beauty of being in a storm. So much beauty, that I received a phone call for a job interview that I wasn’t expecting to hear from until the beginning of September. Its not a profession that I was hoping for but just maybe what I need for now. Sometimes I am in disbelief of how things are so visible when the mind isn’t tuned in to unnecessary things.
Those three nights of revival gave me a much needed renewal that will forever be priceless. I tell stories like this to encourage the younger generation not for self-gratification or pity. To let them know that their job, school, or home circumstances may not be what they want it to be right now so they have to MAKE a way for it to work for them.