Class of 2020, you are in closing another chapter in your life; however, remember that the book is not yet complete. The following chapters are blank pages awaiting the authors illustrative dreams, desires and decisions to transpire. The decisions you make going forward, determine the progression of your story.
Every decision we make, dictates tomorrow’s fruit like a seed strategically planted unaware of the growth it will bear. The consequences do not lean favoring anyone’s best interest. Unfortunately, our choices are irreversible and create a higher tier of focus.
Decisions await your arrival and the choice is yours. You have no limits other than the ones you select. Seek God and search for His sovereign guidance and will. His direction has no flaw until we decide to input our own detours.
If existed, God’s worst plans for us would still be infinitely better than the absolute best plans we could ever ponder for ourselves. Build good decisions on top of more good decisions and observe how God stabilizes it all in your life when you build on cemented faith.
At this level, it is not required to have it all figured it. I am not sure if we ever do. Simply start where you currently are with what you already have. What ever it is you are after going forward, do not hesitate and never stop believing in yourself.
Possibilities are endless, and what you decide to pursue is possible. Purpose awaits and the decision is yours. Doubts, fears and procrastination only delay your destiny. One of the biggest roadblocks you will ever face is yourself.
Pursue your goals and your purpose instinctively. Overcome every obstacle and remember that God is always with you to guide your every step. Stand firm on the promises and in your faith because nothing is impossible with Christ.
Congratulations Graduating Class of 2020!
“Therefore everyone who hears these words of mine and puts them into practice is like a wise man who built his house on the rock. The rain came down, the streams rose, and the winds blew and beat against that house; yet it did not fall, because it had its foundation on the rock.”Matthew 7:24-25 NIV