And let us not be weary in well doing: for in due season we shall reap, if we faint not.
Many years ago, I found out that flying high in life is a function of the height and depth of your understanding. Every high flyer is simply giving expression to some height and some depth of understanding that he has. And I have also discovered that there is just a thin line that differentiates the normal from the extra-ordinary and very few people have come to this realization. When you come in contact with that height or depth of understanding, and not just stop at the level of awareness but you begin to act accordingly, so many things will change around you.
One of such is consistency. Uncommon successes do consistently what others do occasionally. It is not unusual to find that there are people who do what uncommon successes are doing but are not getting results. And even if they get the results, they never get to cross the line to be classified as extra-ordinary. The reason is not farfetched; they are not doing it the way they should do it. For instance, statistics have shown that successful people wake up at the same time everyday. They are committed to routines. It is not enough to do what you should do but doing it how you should do it.
JESUS was an early riser. The Bible says in Mark 1:35 – “And in the morning, rising up a great while before day, he went out, and departed into a solitary place, and there prayed.” And yes, He was an uncommon achiever of all times. The results and impact He made on the earth within the short period of time He lived is unmatchable. Do you want to make the uncommon happen in your time? Stay on the path of consistency and you will have results to show. Unstable or inconsistent people do not excel – Genesis 39:4. They take a step today and by the following week, they go back to level 1. It takes discipline to be consistent and it takes consistency to produce daring results. In this second half, that will be your story, in the Mighty Name of JESUS.
1 YEAR BIBLE READING PLAN
OLD TESTAMENT: PSALM 29 – 31
NEW TESTAMENT: 1 CORINTHIANS 9