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Dealing with Failed Plans

May 7, 2019

Good Morning Ekklesia 

Today I am in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho studying how to be a great real estate investor. One of the points our instructor brought out was "have you considered how much it would cost?" 

Maybe it's the Preacher in me because I began to think about the cost of success, first of all it's not free. You have to be willing to sacrifice in order to achieve. Sowing and Reaping. You have to Give before you have the honor to Receive. 

When we miss these principles failure is inevitable. I'm talking to the person who has failed, failing, or is about to fail at something.... DON'T GIVE UP!

Yes, chase your dreams, but do it with purpose and a plan! 

Many people are chasing dreams and are not planning on the unplanned expenses along the way. If you can not and will not pay those unplanned bills you will never achieve your dreams. 

Jesus said this... Luke 14:28‐30 “But don’t begin until you count the cost. For who would begin construction of a building without first calculating the cost to see if there is enough money to finish it?  Otherwise, you might complete only the foundation before running out of money, and then everyone would laugh at you. They would say, ‘There’s the person who started that building and couldn’t afford to finish it!’

Dreams require resources, resources you can not be stingy with. GOD HIMSELF WILL BE YOUR SUPPLY. Dreams require a plan of action, what are you going to do when the unplanned arrives?..We have failed before  we wont fail no more. Quitting is not an option. WORK YOUR PLAN.

❤ u so much more than u know 

Peace Joy and Blessings 

Pastor Stephan Kirby 

Ekklesiachristianlife.org 

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