The Fear That Blocks The Question
Often as I meet new individuals and learn about their background there is one common thread; there is a life of regrets because they didn’t take a chance on some dream. They played it safe and thus did not achieve or at least take a chance at achieving something they have always dreamed of being. When talking to individuals who are at the dawning of their careers l make it my mission to instill in them to go down a path that leads to something they enjoy waking up and doing for the rest of their working lives. But often living the dreams of others prevents even the formation of the question, “What if I……….”.
What if you followed your dreams? What if you took a chance? Through my interactions with people it is clear that there is a disconnect between what they believe the word chance to mean and its actual meaning. By definition, chance means that which occurs together by God’s providential arrangement of circumstances. There is a relationship between what you perceive in the natural to be an “accident” and what in the supernatural is providential arrangement of circumstances by God. To take a chance requires that you release yourself to the providential arrangement of circumstances by God. It means that your logic is replaced with………..
What to read more? “The What If Factor” complete book is coming soon to Google Books and Amazon by Dr. J. Michael Williams.