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Follow a Path . Make a Path

You are a player on a team.
You have a Coach.
You like this Coach. You respect this Coach.
You believe in what this Coach is teaching you, directing you to do… where to be and what to do in specific situations and circumstances that are ever rapidly changing.
You trust this Coach to provide you with a path… a path that you will willingly follow.
This is the time to Follow a Path.

You are a player on a team.
Your Coach let’s you and your teammates know that you are about to do a drill that everyone hates.  You know the drill… you all know what the coach calls it, and you also know what you and your teammates have nicknamed it.
The dread hangs over the gym, the field, the practice as everyone feels the weight of what they know is to come.
Everyone anticipates the inevitable horrible next seconds, minutes or longer. You and your teammates are hoping for intervention, a miracle… maybe… just maybe your Coach will change their mind?
Then the time comes. It’s real, and it’s going to happen.
No one wants to do this. And no one seems to want to go first.
No one jumps anxiously to be first to start the dreaded drill that is to you all.. nothing short of torture.
It may be in the heat of day and it usually takes place after everyone has already given their ALL. Everyone is spent. Everyone has nothing left.
Why even do this drill? Why now?

This…
This is the time to Make a Path.
You?
Why not be the first to challenge and conquer every doubt, dread, and self loathing feeling you have!
Be the first to say;
“I’ll go”! “I’ll do it”! “Follow Me”! “I will gut this out and I will show my coach, my teammates and Myself… It can be done, It will be done, and with a great attitude, and then followed up by encouraging all other’s behind me”.

Follow a Path –  Isaiah 30:31
Make a Path –  Philippians 4:13

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Not because you must, but because you are willing

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