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The Power of Relentless Well-Doing

Your Positive Attitude Is Being Favourably Discussed. Someone is taking note of your diligence. You are constantly being observed by a potential link to your new season of blessings. Someone is secretly evaluating and commending your efforts, tenacity, sacrifices and focus.

Your endurance is generating favourable conversations among those through whom God wants to expand you. They are admiring your courage and selflessness. Your integrity is being discussed in the group of credible influencers. Someone is getting ready to enter into your life with great favours.

Little did Ruth know that her faithfulness, positive attitude and productivity were being talked about in the presence of the rich landowner Boaz, while gleaning the sheaves behind the harvesters (Ruth 2:6-7). Humility, diligence and integrity are magnetic qualities great achievers are unwilling to ignore. Your consistency is ushering you into the presence of significant people (Proverbs 22:29).  Someone is preparing to grant you access to valuable opportunities and exceptional network of friends.

Always remember this; the time for sowing is never the time for reaping. You may be currently sowing in tears, pain or in isolation. But your harvests will surely arrive with great joy for all to see (Psalm 126:5). Stay faithful. Remain focussed in pouring out excellence into your present.

Refuse to be discouraged because of the present lack of recognition or worthy connections. Persist in well doing. Your talents and positive attitude are attracting the right people into your life. So, do not wait for your desired future to unfold. Instead, continue to empty your best into your present.

Even though you have no idea who is carefully observing you and when your breakthrough will arrive, your rewards are inevitable. They will surely come in good measure, pressed down shaken together and running over (Luke 6:38). God is the God of recompense. He will come through for you just at the right time (Galatians 6:9).

“Therefore, my dear brothers, stand firm. Let nothing move you. Always give yourselves fully to the work of the Lord, because you know that your labour in the Lord is not in vain.” 1 Corinthians 15:58

Remain a Blessing,


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