I have written this post out a few times to ensure that I make it read well. Yet I don’t think there is any other way to say this other than in what may seem a fairly blunt manner.
It’s time to quit.
Winners quit the right things. So to move on and get past something maybe it’s time to quit so you can start winning again.
So, let’s quit IT. Whatever IT may be.
I’ve got lazy, again. So I’m going to quit IT. My levels of procrastinating have risen once again and are stopping me from fulfilling the dream of getting a book written so I am committing (again) to 2 things I love to do ~ read and write. 15 minutes of each every day for the next 100 days.
I wonder, what do you need to quit? What’s possibly in the way of what you believe God has for your future?
Quit complaining. Sometimes, if we are honest, this complaining has gone beyond healthy criticism. It’s just become finger pointing. Perhaps it’s even got personal.
Quit being a spectator who just loves to be critical. Much like the football supporters who never plays, yet loves to shout out opinions from the stands on the best way to play the game. Instead, get involved and become a participant in what God is doing.
Quit waiting for the perfect time before you will step out in faith. Things will never be ‘perfect’. God makes something out of our willingness and our obedience and that doesn’t rely on perfection but on Him.
Quit with the Christian pride and not allowing God to deal with some stuff because you think there’s no need as you’ve been a Christian for so long.
Quit missing out on all that God has for you.
Quit allowing an offence to get in the way of your relationship with God and with His family.
Quit not being in Church. It’s time to come home and reconnect with you family.
Quit saying you don’t have enough time. I love this article by Jon Acuff about saying you are too busy.
Quit those habits, quit the attitude, quit the apathy, quit the blaming, quit forgetting, quit quitting and complete that project.
Whatever IT is that keeps getting in the way make a good decision today and quit IT. Hunt IT down, deal with IT and then get on with living that life which you desires so much to live.
What is IT for you?