Taking a Leap of Faith can either be one of the most fearful stages in your life or the most exhilarating. It depends on your mindset and what you mainly want to accomplish and how you want to accomplish them.
You can settle for things that you have in your life because they are comfortable or you can keep pushing for what’s next or a calling.
However, if you settle for things that you don’t necessarily want in your life, can you look yourself in the mirror everyday?
For me, the answer is No.
Because there is a DNA in all of us to want something better.
You can have all the money in the world, fame, & admiration; but, you can still be empty.
For example, Deion Sanders is a prime example. He was a two-sport professional baseball and football player. He was a Super Bowl Champion and All-Pro player who had all the fame, glory, and money. Sanders almost committed suicide because he was so unhappy with his life after all the accolades and achievements he accomplished. Sanders decided to leave pro football with money left on the table. He stated in multiple interviews with Bishop T.D. Jake and Paula White that God told him to leave football and join Ministry. It’s not a typical ministry of pastoring a church but helping youth make a path for themselves and showing them that fame & glory is not fulfilling. He showed youth about a need for a purpose.
He wouldn’t have help those kids if he didn’t take the leap of faith to leave football. There are not too many people that are willing to do that.
In conclusion, when you are called to do something and you refuse to do it, you’re not hurting others, but only hurting yourself and your talents that God provided for you. I don’t want to do that and so should you.