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Let Him Finish the Work

Philippians 1:6 NKJ-being confident of this very thing that He who has begun a good work in you will complete it until the day of Jesus Christ; Life is full of processes, tasks and things to do. Some of these experiences will be pleasant while others will require a lot of energy to accomplish. When those challenging tasks come our way, we may be tempted to give up, quit or even fuss because we’re having to experience difficulty. I’ve learned that fussing, quitting and giving up only leave us incomplete. If we are going to grow and advance in life, we have to follow the process and do the work that is required. When we allow ourselves to give up we are not allowing Jesus to complete that which he started in us. You may be familiar with titles such as; Happy Women Live Better by Valorie Burton and The Well-Spoken Woman by Christine K. Jahnke. It’s my belief that in order to live better we will first experience some bitter situations and to become well-spoken we may first be a little misrepresented and unclear. How will we progress? We will let Jesus finish the work that he began in us. As the bible says, “to one he gave five bags of gold, to another two bags, and to another one bag…each according to his own ability. You’ve been gifted according to your ability. Nothing that you face will be too hard for you to accomplish, you simply have to put in the work in order to see the results. Some of the results that you can expect to see by completing your work include: 1. Personal development 2. Better relationships 3. Higher Self-Esteem Aren’t you ready for better? If so, allow Jesus to complete his work in you. “If Jesus gives us a task or assigns us to a difficult season, every ounce of our experience is meant for our instruction and completion. If only we’ll let him finish the work” -Beth Moore Peace and Wellness, SUGA Wellness Boutique

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