You’re not yet where you are going but not exactly where you were.
A greater anointing doesn’t mean you immediately receive a greater assignment.
Sometimes we want the position without the preparation.
Your talent or internal drive can write a check your character can’t cash.
It is in the in between that we ask, “How long, God?”
When you carry the weight of sin around, it will torment you.
Sometimes all the enemy has to do to derail us is keep us on the trajectory of our own bad choices.
You don’t get that good overnight.
You may have a gift but you have to exercise that gift to be prepared when the demand for it comes.
Don’t make faith an excuse for your lack of discipline to develop the gift God has given you.
A good heart is not an excuse for poor performance.
If you are doing it for the Lord, shouldn’t it be the best it can possibly be?
You don’t wait until the day of the marathon to train.
You develop your gifts in the “in between.”
Some of us are waiting on God when God is waiting on us.
You don’t get to play before the king if you give up during the development process.
There is a big difference between covenant and convenience.
Stop putting God’s name on your emotional whims.
Your calling is found at the crossroads of your uniqueness.
God may be stacking you for success.