My Conviction to Supply Class A
It's been a while since I last posted and I have a very real and valid reason why. Before launching this site back in October 2016, I was actually convicted of intent to supply class A.
Class A content that is.
Now what that means is it'll take longer to produce quality posts. It's a process that cannot be rushed, sorta like fine wine. Except I'm waiting on the Holy Spirit which requires patience. Patience is a virtue I need to maintain. Because many times I have wanted to post or share other projects I'm working on behind the scenes, to keep my visitors engaged with fresh write-ups and perhaps satisfy my fleshly desires to be seen as consistent. But NOTHING of substance would come. I'd look about and see others moving along in their lane whilst I'm at a red light wanting to move forward too.
Then I had to remind myself AGAIN why I started this and what the aim was. (because you can forget your route when looking at someone else's) and like that, I realised the 'red light' wasn't actually a stop sign. It was a green light prompting me to be still. Not still as in on one spot. Still as in letting God be God and take His direction because when I am still that is how I move forward.
Be still, and know that I am God;
I will be exalted among the nations,
I will be exalted in the earth
- Psalm 46:10
I can go ahead and appear busy, posting frequently, being seen at events networking and accepting every invitation to be a guest speaker. But that doesn't mean I'm moving forward because not all activity is fruitful.
Thankfully my conviction isn't one to land me in jail but will ensure I stick to the original plan to post authentic meaningful posts and only when God inspires me to do so. I hope after reading this you feel encouraged to not worry or rush ahead and focus on your visions and plans and more importantly, include God in them. For me, having God as my business partner ensures that I don't fail and everything I supply is CLASS A.
God is within her, she will not fall; God will help her at break of day. - Psalm 46:5
Commit to the Lord whatever you do, and he will establish your plans. - Proverbs 16:3