Humble beginnings

IMG_4140Doing something from nothing not only shows God’s work in you, also shows your faith in God. He turns a nobody to somebody. He turns nothing to something. God doesn’t call the qualified, He qualified the called. Look at humble beginnings of a certain jobs, business, project etc. On my research I found out that most of the fortune 500 companies started with close to nothing but now are huge successful companiesthey started from the bottom now they are here”. And in the process, some of them were turned off in many places because ‘they were not qualified, not suitable or fit” for the positions. But because of their zeal and determination, they pursued what they felt God placed in their heart to do so. Humble or small beginnings is a good start too, don’t despise it and don’t pay attention to those who will try to crush your vision.
Amazon is one of the world’s largest online retailer yet it started from the garage and a whole lot more companies as well. Idea and vision that God places to a person, no one can tarnish. You might be not getting any support or any encouragement but tap on the power that is within you and utilize it to encourage you and motivate you not to stop or give up. Where God leads, He provides, I believe He will connect you with the right people who will be able to help you excel.
It does not matter where you are, your background, environment, race or color, God will pull you out and place you on a high table. Nazareth was despised by the Jews because it had poor reputation in morals and religion. It was a small town I guess not as fancy too like most big towns. Nothing was expected to come out from Nazareth, not alone a Messiah for that matter. It seems like a small village, remote and no activities was going on in that place yet the Messiah came out from it. Your current environment or circumstances does not determine your future. His spoken Word will manifest in your life. Your idea or vision will come to pass, hold on to your faith. Humble beginnings lead to great destinations.

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