Slow Progress In Seasons Of Breaking New Ground

Neil Vermillion —  May 13, 2015 —  Comments

Understand you are in a season of advancement, you are in a season of breaking new ground. And as in any season of breaking new ground, the cost is high. It is difficult. You are having to blaze new trails. So understand, as you continue to press on, to move forward, progress may feel slow. You may feel as though you are not progressing whatsoever, but this is because you are forging new paths. Forging new paths is difficult, tedious work. So don’t allow yourself to feel discouraged because you feel progress is slow, for this is the path I’ve marked out for you to travel.


And though you feel the progress is slow, don’t give up. For I will give you my hope, and I will give you my courage to continue. I will give you my strength so you will be able to complete all that’s been put before you. And in all your work, in all your sweat, and stress, and struggle, don’t allow yourself to compare your path to the path of others. For though you come from your father, you are not your father. Though you come from your generation, you were not born of previous generations. These days are different, and the path of your ancestors and predecessors is different. So don’t compare your path to the path of others, because it is a different path than yours.

Instead, remain faithful to what I have called you to pursue. Follow my spirit as I guide you down your individual path. For I have created you with this in mind. I have given you a specific purpose with a specific call, to accomplish specific tasks. And as you continue to remain faithful, all these things will begin to make sense to you over time, more and more.


So as you continue on your path, understand and expect there will be resistance and delays as you continue to blaze new trails – and that’s OK. This is all part of the process, part of the path. And through it all, you will see everything come to pass in my time, according to my timing, as you continue to remain faithful.

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