By Candace Boggan

Step Out on Faith and Watch What Happens…

It was the late, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., who once stated, “Faith is taking the first step, even when you don’t see the whole staircase.” As I ponder over this quote, I am confident that there is so much truth in it. Why? ….Because I’ve found that life often calls us to move before we “see” the next set of steps. Though this concept is frightening, it actually aids in our development; by stretching us and helping us to increase our faith. We can’t allow fear and disobedience to hold us back. Since standing still isn’t the answer, what do we do? “Do it scared.” I once read this phrase and something about these words have stuck with me ever since. Doing it scared doesn’t mean we rid ourselves of the fear, but rather that we’ve made a decision to not allow the fright to indefinitely detain us. Thus, we take the leap of faith, knowing that if God has called us to do it, He’s already provided the parachute. Trust God and trust the process. In the book of James, chapter 2, we are told that “Faith without works is dead.” Therefore, we must put our faith into action, having full assurance that God has already worked everything out for our good.

If you are facing a crosswords today, obey the voice of the Lord and know that He Who has called you is faithful, and will do exactly what is needed- to fulfill the plan and purpose that He has for your life. Stepping out is just the move that’s needed to get you to your next place! Obey every detail of the matter and watch what happens next. Have faith!!!

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Taking the first step…next leg of the journey continues!

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2 responses

  1. Rose

    Thanks Candace for your amazing insights! Blessings to you as you continue to walk in faith.

    October 21, 2015 at 2:42 pm

    • You are so welcome, Rose! Thank you for your continued support. God bless!!

      October 26, 2015 at 6:08 pm

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