Ecclesiastes 5:4 (HCSB) When you make a vow to God, don’t delay fulfilling it, because He does not delight in fools. Fulfill what you vow.

When turbulent times arrive, it’s easy (and enticing) to avoid those hard challenging tasks that you would prefer to avoid altogether. But the practice of procrastination takes on a greater concern: First, important work goes unfinished, and second, valuable energy is wasted in the process of putting off the things that remain unfinished.

If you find yourself bound by the chains of procrastination, ask yourself what are you waiting for; or more accurately what are you afraid of? As you examine the emotional stumbling blocks that have, blocked your progress, you may discover that you are waiting for the “perfect” moment, that moment in time when you feel neither afraid or anxious. But if the truth be told, perfect moments like these are few and far between for all of us.

So stop waiting for the perfect moment and focus, instead, on finding the right moment to do what needs to be done. Then, trust God and get busy. When you do, you will discover that you and the Lord, are working together, can accomplish great things, in fact you can accomplish them sooner rather than later. I am sharing this message with my Ministry Grace and Truth Leadership right now!

Point to ponder- Once you acquire the habit of doing what needs to be done when it needs to be done, you will avoid untold trouble, worry, and stress. So learn to overcome procrastination by paying less attention to your fears and more attention to your responsibilities. God has created a world that punishes procrastinators and rewards men and women who “do it now.” In other words, life doesn’t procrastinate. Neither should you great people of God!

Our Leadership team is especially thankful for those of you who provided financial donations and support in the month of March 2016 by partnering with us in efforts to advance the kingdom of God in this 21st century season: Special thanks to Mr. William Wilson, Mr. Kenneth Washington, Ms. Gertrude Scott, and Mrs. Angela Harrison. Why don’t you take the opportunity to write us on our blog and let us know how we are doing in serving you Great people, we’d love to hear from you! 

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Kingdom Blessings,

Pastor James Baker, Jr.

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