Break the net

For majority of your life, you’ve been fishing. Whether it be for opportunity, wealth, or promotion, amongst other things, you’ve continuously cast your line, but nothing appears to take the bait. Take a moment and reflect on the things you’ve repeatedly done over the course of your life. Did any of it work? What about all the wonderful ideas that you’ve pitched to numerous of corporations, but no one thought them to be so “wonderful.” Perhaps, you’ve looked for investors for your business, but no one was willing to take any risks, because not only did they not believe in you, they didn’t believe you could bring about any returns. Whichever the case, no matter how many times you’ve done it, or the ways in which you’ve done it, you’ve still yet to yield any results.

God reminded me of Peter and the disciples in John 21:1-6, when they were attempting to catch fish, but couldn’t manage to get any. Rather than switch to a new direction, they remained in the same spot, doing the same exact thing, while getting the exact same results, nothing. I don’t know if they didn’t make any changes to their approach, because they didn’t think to, or they believed it’d make no difference at all. However, with God, all things are possible. Whatever you’re doing right now, at this very moment in your life, ask God to show you the way in which you should go. I guarantee you, not only will He provide for you the overflow, but it’ll be so bountiful, that it’ll cause your net to break.

When you allow God to change your direction in life, He’ll ensure you have a successful outcome.

Until next time my NOTE takers!

Deetra La’Rue

Published by Deetra La'Rue

Here, I strive to positively impact the lives of others, by way of scripture, poems and my own life experiences. Follow me, as I introduce you into the wonderful world of storytelling!

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