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Hey there, world changer!
When I started my ministry two years ago, I wanted to create a platform where everyday women with big dreams could be empowered and inspired to hold fast to the call of God on their lives. Women that are passionate about influencing the Kingdom of God will never be satisfied with ordinary or average. They will struggle with the idea of compromise for they know deep down there is always more. They’ve had a revelation that with God, all things are possible and there are no limitations. Women walking in purpose are committed, driven and passionate.
So if this is you, eager to make an impact, change culture, transform a community, start a business, or do something extraordinary with your life, I want to remind you of something very important today: do not despise small beginnings. Zechariah 4:10 says, “Who dares despise the day of small things?”
You see, the enemy fears the day of small things in our lives because he sees what great and mighty things God does in them. Where would our flourishing churches be if our forefathers had neglected to sustain them when they were in infancy stage? What about inventions once labeled as “bad ideas” that have changed the world we live in? What would’ve happened if the great inventors of our time gave up?
God’s perfect order requires birth, growth, and maturity. Embrace each of these stages for there is purpose, meaning, and goodness in each of them. Each stage of growth requires greater responsibility from us. It’s not always easy. So embrace what is sweet, new and exciting. There will be a day when the dream God has placed in you will come to full fruition.
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