Screen Shot 2014-11-05 at 8.21.45 AMThe Father says today you didn’t want to be normal did you? What is normal anyway? Normal is boring. Normal is marching in place. Normal is living a life within the parameters of the possible. I have created your human spirit with an airframe designed for pushing the limits of the impossible. You will not crash and burn. You will not fail if you will not falter. All things are possible only believe. There are those that think only in terms of the pedantic, dreary, truncated attainments of desperate normality. I have called you to higher things says the Father.

So make it your purpose today to achieve escape velocity from the expectations of man and your own fears and insecurities. I know you are scared. Do it scared! Obey Me even though you do so with your pulse pounding in your ears and your heart racing in your chest. I am with you says the Father I will not allow you to come to destruction. Others have failed but they are not your example. I have called you to audaciously risk where others bones have bleached white with unbelief. They will say “It will never work…” and you will laugh as I manifest the substance in your life of highest heart’s desire and greatest dream fulfilled.

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