WHERE WOULD YOU GO, if you had 100 days to travel freely?
Would you head to the beach? Would you go overseas? Would you put on your tourist garb and travel aimlessly?
Where would you go?
When I first began working with the program that later became The Walk, my ambition was to keep my family fed. My concern wasn’t so much where to go, but what to DO.
After about a month of using LIVE and doing the work daily, though, things changed dramatically. A Learjet sat down at the small high-desert airport I was managing (a gig about ready to end, with the building of a new airstrip), and a wealthy business owner offered me work I’d been wanting to do ever since I was a kid. He flew me to corporate headquarters and offered me a job as a writer.
I was in heaven (little h).
Here’s my main point: The way it turned out, I didn’t need to worry about the “where” anyway. That was determined by the job. I only needed do the internal work and be ready to react to opportunity when it came my way.
The same can happen for you. Life can change quickly. The impossible can become true.
The writer of Hebrews says God can be trusted. Our end of the bargain is to hold onto the promises. But what has God promised?
I aim to take a look at that over the next 100 days, and I aim to hold tightly to the hope of those promises.
Will you join me?
Let’s do it…