In an article in Rev. magazine entitled Eating Frogs, Dr. Charles Lowery wrote: “What are you waiting for? There’s a difference between living in the waiting room and waiting in the living room. One of these days is none of these days. What ever sits on the shelf rots. There are no perfect situations. You may end up like the young man who vowed to never marry until he found the ideal woman. Unfortunately, when he found her she was waiting for the ideal man. One can’t wait until the entire army’s in perfect condition before facing the enemy.
“General McClellan was waiting on the Army to get ready during the first year of the war for the Union. President Lincoln asked if he might borrow the Army if McClellan wasn’t going to use it.
“No one can borrow the resources God’s given you. Dreams without deadlines become nightmares. Abraham didn’t have a destination, but he packed up and left home. Moses didn’t have a clue, yet he walked into Pharaoh’s palace. If you wait until you’re really sure, you’ll never take off your training wheels.”
Perhaps this is a word from God to you today. What is it God wants to do?