I choose to release everything that has tried to hold me back.

Moses said to   Pharaoh, ‘I leave to you the honor of setting the time for me to pray for you   and your officials and your people that you and your houses may be rid of the   frogs, except for those that remain in the Nile.’ ‘Tomorrow,’ Pharaoh said.”
(Exodus 8:9–10, NIV)

No more sckacklesWhen the people of Israel   were in slavery to Pharaoh, God sent different plagues to try to convince him   to let them go. One of the plagues was a plague of frogs! The people were so   miserable that Pharaoh finally said, “Moses, we’ve learned our lesson. The Israelites   may go. Please ask your God to take away these frogs.” Moses said, “I’ll do   it, Pharaoh. When do you want it to happen?” You would think Pharaoh would   say, “Right now!” But no, Pharaoh said, “Take them away tomorrow.” He was   saying, “We can put up with these frogs just one more night.”

How many times do we do the   same thing? “I’m going to forgive, but I’m going to do it tomorrow. I’m   going to have a better attitude. I’m going to quit worrying…tomorrow.”   We’re saying like Pharaoh, “I can put up with this addiction, this mediocrity   one more day.” No, our attitude should be, “I’m not going to spend one more   night with the frogs, putting up with things that are not God’s best.”

Why don’t you start today?   Today, make the change. Today, choose to forgive. Today, stop worrying.   Today, get in shape. Today, take a step of faith. Shake off passivity and   procrastination and get rid of anything that would hold you back!

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*Photo(s)/Resource(s): #J&VOsteen, & #Kennardrenovations

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