Written for my racer friends but applies to anybody...
So, we’re midway through the 2019 racing season and I just wanted to check in to see how you’re doing, not only with your racing efforts but in your life as well.
With that question being asked - GOD WANTED ME TO TELL YOU, it shall be well with you this coming year. No matter how much your enemies try this year; they will not succeed.
You have been destined to make it and you shall surely achieve all your goals.
The paraphrase above comes from that little black book that I talk so much about – the Holy Bible. The scripture comes from one of the major prophets in the old testament.
Isaiah 3 (NLT) says:
10: Tell the godly that all will be well for them. They will enjoy the rich reward they have earned!
11: But the wicked are doomed, for they will get exactly what they deserve.
Now this can apply to everything you are trying to accomplish in life including your relationships with others, your work career, what you do for fun and of course your results on the racetrack.
There is a catch however and it’s found in the beginning of each of the verses above. You see whether you know it or not, God has great plans for your life. He wants you to have the best of everything.
But on the other hand, his competitor the Devil, he wants things to go the other way for you. He wants you to crash, not to finish the race, not to get the things that God has so grandly planned for you.
I know the Devil tries to make the bad or wicked things look cool, but unfortunately, it’s just his way of leading you into the bad line, to get you to cut the course and as verse 11 above states you’ll get exactly what you deserve.
The good news is that if you seek God, that if you make the effort to learn how he would like you to live that you will finish strong, that you’ll earn the riches you so greatly deserve.
I would challenge you not to believe me, but to find out for yourself. Start each day by just talking to God and then listening to what you hear back. To download the Bible App and read just a little bit of scripture each day. It doesn’t matter which, just choose one and read.
You just might be surprised what you find.
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