Be steadfast when it comes to positive goals in life. I have learned through trying and failing and trying again that being steadfast sometimes can be challenging, however it is worth it. It helps to know why you have that goal and stay fixed on it so that when moments test your resolve, challenge your fiber, you can remember why you decided to embark on that journey or goal in the first place.
Being steadfast simply means being fixed in your position on something. I urge you to not employ steadfastness when dealing with negative emotions like anger, selfishness, impatience, lack of forgiveness or staying in a situation that causes harm or lack of growth. If you are not married for example, why stay steadfast in a relationship that causes pain, anguish, physical harm, psychological agony, when the alternative, walking away, though scary might actually hold more promise. In addition, jobs, why hold on to a job for years where you have no growth, no promotions, to cross-training and it doesn’t do much to improve your life situation, could it be you are scared to start something new?
Be steadfast in your belief and trust in God though, I am holding on to that. I believe that God provides my needs according to his glory, His Word I don’t mind being steadfast to at all.
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