You Get What You Go For

March Madness is here! For those of you who are not sports aficionados, March Madness is one of the most anticipated college basketball tournaments where one team will become the national champion. People eagerly await the results of their bracket picks, hoping that their favorite team will win. I wonder how many of us place the same amount of effort and excitement to enriching our purpose and mapping out our future than we do to predicting the outcome of college basketball.

First Things First :: Try giving Jesus your first fifteen.

How you start your day will determine how it is going to be.

Set your mind in the right direction.

When you wake up in the morning, put on some music and W O R S H I P. Thank God for who he is and start preparing now for what is to come ahead.

Open your bible and reaffirm your faith by reading and understanding the promises listed in scripture.

“The rarest treasures of life are found in His truth. That’s why I prize God’s word like others prize the finest gold. Nothing brings the soul such sweetness as seeking his living words.” (Psalm 19:10 TPT)

Don’t worry about anything; refocus on God’s word.

If it is big enough to worry about, it is big enough to pray about.

Lastly, pray and apply it {by grace, through faith}; meet with Jesus before He meets with you.

Pray for: friends and family, for those who lead and pastor, for the influencers, for my own insecurities, and for influence.

You can’t get the things God has for you if you are clinging on to the past.

Remember :: His mercies are new every morning.

God is a healer of broken dreams and a restorer of broken years.

C h a n g e the way you think until it changes the way you talk.

You can’t give what you never got.

R E A D Y yourself for what is to come.

Faith is the confidence in his nature.

Patience is the endurance of a difficult situation.

If you have that abiding confidence in the nature of the heart of God, you will attract promises that others won’t get.

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