Commit Your Work to the Lord

commit Commit Your Work to the Lord

So, I just opened my coach online office today & literally said “HOLY CRAP” out loud when I saw my paycheck for this week. This is the biggest paycheck I have ever received. Funny thing? I worked way less than normal last week, like maybe 15 hours! I wanted to talk about what happens when you commit your work to the Lord.

I am NOT the type to brag at all. But, I am sharing this to just share when you have PASSION & FAITH & don’t let ANYTHING stop you or hold you back, God will bless you tremendously. Commit your work to the Lord & you will be able to live the best life you’ve ever imagined.

I am literally in tears as I write this because to be really transparent, there have been times over the last few months where I began to lose faith & let toxic thoughts overwhelm my mind. 2013 was the BEST year ever, but also the most emotional. Quitting my full-time job & moving to a brand new city & state was like way more emotional than I thought it would be haha.

God for us Commit Your Work to the Lord

As I said, there had been many times lately where I felt like my prayers weren’t being answered & things were kind of like at a stand still. But, in the last few weeks I have adjusted my attitude, done TONS of devotion time & personal development & praying. And just stood FIRM on God’s word. KNOWING that He will ALWAYS fulfill His promise in HIS time. Not mine.

Sometimes it’s hard to come to grips with that since we are human & we constantly battle with our flesh vs. the spirit. But, when you have that STRONG FAITH, that undying PASSION for what you do, & do NOT EVER let the enemy win – ALL your dreams will come true! Commit your work to the Lord & do not ever give up!

Please RT or share with anyone this may help or inspire!

As always, don’t forget to love yourself!

Xoxo,

Jess <3

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