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3 strategies to maximize your Kingdom assignment


Diligence is going to be the key to your next season. The word diligence means to be conscientious, tenacious, dedicated, hard-working, committed, and persistent. It means to do things consistently well.

 

Your purpose is going to take all the energy you can rally up, but the payoff is going to be substantial. Proverbs 10:4 (Complete Jewish Bible’) says, “Idle hands bring poverty; diligent hands bring wealth.” Diligence is one of the internal mechanisms that will help you accomplish all that God has laid before you through faith. Romans 40:20-21 (KJV) says, concerning Abraham and God’s promise to him, “He staggered not at the promise of God through unbelief; but was strong in faith, giving glory to God; And being fully persuaded that, what he had promised, he was able also to perform.”

 

Imagine the diligence it took for Moses to lead over one million people or more through the desert for 40 years. Most of us would have quit 20 years prior. There was something in Moses that so desperately wanted to please God and possess the promise that nothing in him would give up. So, imagine yourself standing at the brink of possessing everything God has promised you. Imagine the rush, the excitement, and the exhilaration; Everything you have believed God for is becoming a reality.


You already understand this is a supernatural journey, but there are 3 keys to keeping yourself in the flow:


Remove all distractions, people are the greatest distractions. Evaluate your relationships; which ones are working for you and which ones are not?


Keep yourself organized, this can be the biggest time stealer if you have to start from scratch every single day. I love the Jewish concept where the next day begins at nightfall. What changes to your schedule do you need to make?


Keep a schedule: The most successful people can account for every second of their day. If it is not on the calendar it doesn't exist. Letting people steal your time is the biggest distraction. What relationships or projects do you need to restructure?

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