Are you doing what it is that you were born to do?
Steve Harvey recalls a conversation where Bishop T.D. Jakes said, "I would hate to die and not do the thing that I was born to do."
We all have dreams and aspirations. We all have promises that God has placed on our lives. However, not all of us fulfill those promises. Why not? Because we allow our insecurities to stop us. Insecurities of not feeling worthy, not having enough time, feeling as though our head is too deep under water and the list can go on and on. Just stop! You are worthy and you are enough. If you feel as though life has more to offer you, then it does!
Look, ain't nobody perfect. Even though Steve started from humble beginnings of living in his car, he didn't allow his circumstances to get in the way of doing what it is he was born to do. To this day, he admits, "I still fall short," but remains forever "grateful that God has allowed [him] to live his life this way. Grateful for all of it...the good, the bad and the ugly."
Take a listen as Unc talks about the importance of doing what it is that you were born to do.
See, It doesn't matter where you are or what you've been through, you can have whatever your heart desires. "Ain't nothing too hard for God."
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