Sunny skies, wind at a breezy 10 miles per hour, 78 degrees and no humidity—perfect weather! Will that happen every day?
Neither will the perfect conditions for your dream. Daily doldrums from the job, the chores and just plain life can stifle your vision faster than a summer shower can shut down a picnic.
Chances of rain are a normal part of the weather cycle. Chances of unexpected bills, discouragement and technical problems are a normal part of any venture. But you don’t have to let seasonal threats cancel your plans. Or worse yet, let the fear of them prevent you from trying.
Simple. Pick up one piece and begin.
Sure, it’s haphazard at first—you can’t tell what goes where and you make mistakes. Sometimes it seems as if you are missing pieces. You’re not. All the pieces are in the box. God has given you everything you need to become what you are supposed to be.
If you are willing to pursue “IT” in spite of the weather (don’t stop because you are uncomfortable, challenged, confused, etc.), you will succeed.
Meditate on this: “God is my strength and power: and he maketh my way perfect.” (2 Samuel 22:23, KJV)