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Duluth/Gwinnett CPA: Joins Us At Church This Sunday!!!

I Double Dog Dare You!! - Taking Christianity Into the World

Dare to Attempt Something so Great for the Kingdom of God that it is doomed to failure, lest Christ be in it!

Frequently Try Something so BIG, that you will fall flat on your face, unless God helps you and provides a way.

-Look for things that Others would tell you are impossible. (With God all things are possible) Matthew 19:26
God is looking for those who are willing to do His bidding. Lean on the power of God, and not that of your own while realizing that all things are possible with Him.

-Keep an eye out for unique opportunities to serve God. Think "outside the box." (His Ways are Not Our Ways).
Are supposed to lead a mission trip? Are you supposed to lead a Bible Study Group to children, adults or seniors? Are you supposed to develop your own Ministry? If God leads you to it, He will lead your through it. Learn how to listen to God's prompting and His will for your life.

-You are uniquely Destined. Jeremiah 29:11 God did not create you to be just one of the crowd. God has great plans for you and your life giving you a hope and a future. Developing a attitude of discovery and openness to Him, is your best way to learn where you are to be best used, given the unique talents and desires He alone gave.

-Don't be afraid to ask for the Favor of a King (Nehemiah did it though he risked death). One of the best ways to discover if God is in a path you feel led to pursue is whether He grants favor along the way. God will bless and enable plans that are in accordance with his bidding but you have to ask for favor.

-Be open to the leaning of the Holy Spirit. Matthew 26:42 He went away a second time and prayed, "My Father, if it is not possible for this cup to be taken away unless I drink it, may your will be done." It is normal and O.K. to be afraid, it is not OK to walk away. Jesus walked in our shoes and as such experienced everything we did including fear. Jesus, to face is fear, prayed and upon seeking God's will and strength pursued with perseverance the path that had been set out for him.

-Be available. Mark 14:36 "Abba, Father," he said, "everything is possible for you. Take this cup from me. Yet not what I will, but what you will." Jesus made himself available and realized that it was upon his shoulders alone to accomplish the task set out before him. However, he did not do it alone but in the power and support of his Heavenly Father.

John Dillard is a Christian Speaker/Author and Certified Public Accountant (All Rights Reserved). To See how he takes Christ along with him to work visit http://www.hiscpa.com/

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