What They Forgot To Tell You About Taking A Leap Of Faith – xoNecole

What They Forgot To Tell You About Taking A Leap Of Faith

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  1. Yolanda Smothers says:

    Just wrote about something similar.


    Sometimes we have to be put on mute; we talking, but what we are saying or doing isn’t being heard or received by the masses. If we were called and we know we have the words to liven dead bones and spirits, or to do whatever that which God has placed in our spirits to do and it not having come to fruition, will make you wonder. The backside of a desert is a hella place to spend a good portion of your life.

    We must learn to be OK, alright, and content with being placed in an obscure place and position and trust God in this process. Everyone doesn’t get the stage, mic, pulpit, television or radio broadcast. No matter how much you Go Live, Periscope, YouTube or Snapchat.

    And what we must do as believers is learn; then find a way to swallow a hard pill… What if?
    Or then we have to ask ourselves was it really about God like we said in the first place? Those that are that say they “living for Jesus and Jesus alone”.

    Here comes where that Jacob transforming into Israel; that WWE wrestling match with what was and that which is to BEcome happens – not scripted or faked, choreographed routines. There will be real pain and real blood, sweat and tears.

    If it’s about HIM, then trust HIM and his process. Whew! I said it. I pray I’m not just blowing hot air.

  2. Sam says:

    Great read. Currently trying to figure out my leap.

  3. Faby says:

    I took a leap of faith. May I say never again. During that time I hit rock bottom. If you think that is what good for you do it else keep the faith 😉

  4. Lexy says:

    Great advice! Taking my leap of faith and moving from Florida to California this month! I’m a school counselor, so some planning for the transition did come into play (e.g. certification).

  5. Nae says:

    Really great read. I took a leap of faith a few years ago with a move to Chicago. Had no plan. I made it work, but I definitely would not recommend a blind leap of faith to anyone. Whenever I get ready to do something that scares me or is a huge risk, I repeat this little rhyme to myself:

    Forget the risk and take the fall, if its what you want its worth it all

    taken with a grain of salt of course, but to get what you never had, you have to do what you’ve never done.

    Make a plan and leap freely ladies!

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