top of page

Oh To Wise Meditations

A duck that will not fly or swim will have a hard life. It does not want to the things that it needs to do for survival. I may not be the fastest flyer or swimmer, but has all it needs to do both. We can get like this duck when we are not willing to put in the work. Everything is harder when we decide to slack off and ponder sinful desires. We need to count the cost of things before hand so we have enough to cover spiritual and physical expense. You may not be an expert in a certain field or have the capital to invest. But you have effort and inspiration that comes from the heart of God. He has but dreams in your heart and trials in your way for a reason. Your job is to persevere through and testify to the goodness of the Lord. What does not kill you will make you stronger in spirit, building a strong faith and trust in Christ. Do the things required of you and look to go above and beyond your doubts. Sometimes you have to spend money to make money, but it should always be done wisely, with full calculation and wise counsel. If you violate this principle of success you will pay with failure. So choose your work wisely. Work smarter as well as harder. Don't foolishly pursue avenues of work that will not pay off. Lord, help me to work hard for the dreams you have placed in my heart. Direct my steps and my path, let me not stumble over my own pride. Even though I cannot fly I know at least I can glide. And even though I cannot swim far, I know I can float. Meditate 2 Chron. 15:1-7

bottom of page