I just recently re-read the story of David and Goliath. As I read this story, I stopped and asked myself if I possessed David’s perspective on life. Did I see every situation – no matter how seemingly insurmountable—as an opportunity for God to work? Sometimes the adventure is climbing a mountain with our best friends. Sometimes it is owning and surrendering to the reality that we are in the wrong career and we need to change careers, and sometimes it is finding meaning and significance in our lives. In every situation that we face, God is at work around us.
A lot of people don’t have David’s perspective because they are paralyzed by fear which prevents them from experiencing God showing up and showing off. As you are thinking about life being a great adventure, consider these 4 attributes of adventure:
Adventures always involve risk and potential gain.
Adventures always have significant obstacles and setbacks to overcome.
Adventures always become great stories.
Adventures are the milestones of our lives.
You may be ready to launch into your next NEW great adventure but don’t know what your next step should be. I would suggest that you have your LifePlan conducted. Click here to learn more about what is involved in having your LifePlan conducted.
My LifePlan changed the entire direction of my life and ministry. My personal promise to you – You are completely satisfied with the LifePlan Process or it’s FREE! This is how much I believe in the process.
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