Start Afresh

It's the second quarter of the year. Many of us still have expectations, goals, dreams, and projects that are yet to be actualized. Unfulfilled goals, dreams, expectations, and the like might cause one to give up on trying again.

However, out of the numerous options we have, giving up should not be one of them. I came across a quote on Believers Daily that says, "Everything you leave unfinished will discourage you from completing other tasks. The unfinished has a way of haunting your life."

Jumping from one task to another without completing the previous one leaves you with many unfinished tasks, which in turn becomes a bedrock for discouragement. To get things done, encourage yourself by completing each task. Work toward achieving those goals, dreams, and expectations, and finishing that project.

The second half of the year should not stop you from trying again. After all, it's not the end of the year. You can still work on that project. You can still write that book. You can still smash those goals. You can still conceive again, only if you try again.

There are still lots of new grounds to break, there are still opportunities to grab, and there is still time to finish what you've started. All it takes is starting afresh and never giving up.

Just like an athlete cannot claim the trophy in the middle of the race until the athlete gets to the finishing line, that's the same attitude we should adopt when starting afresh. Discipline yourself like an athlete; train yourself to do what you should do.

I leave you with these words of grace, "Don't you realize that in a race everyone runs, but only one person gets the prize? So run to win!" (2 Corinthians 9:24 - NLT)

I pray that in the seventh month and the second half of the year, may you receive the finishing grace. You're strengthened for the journey ahead. Everything you need to complete what you've started is supernaturally supplied.

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