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GRACEVINE DEVOTIONAL
Monday, November 13, 2017.

THE WISDOM OF CONTINUITY.

John 15:9 KJV
As the Father hath loved me, so have I loved you: continue ye in my love.

True success in ANY venture or area of life does not come by happenstance. Most people, especially Christians, enjoy minimal success because they ignore this vital law of success.

Success is not the result of one single action but the cumulation of important action steps done on a consistent basis. Some people succeed but go down again after a while, why? They either did NOT know how they succeeded in the first place or they chose to abandon the
process that brought them success.

Continuity is the secret of sustained results. Many believers start giving and tithing consistently, they soon start experiencing a financial flow, then they stop giving and tithing. Suddenly, the flow cuts off and instead of retracing their steps, they start looking for demons to battle.

Some others have been taught from the Word of God, they KNOW what to do BUT never do it. Yet they expect the result of doers. They instead blame their Pastors, accuse the Church or fight someone else. They NEVER see their lack of response to God’s Word as the problem.

The most heavy weight of all weights is knowledge without practice. Success has it’s own peculiar rules. Understanding those rules will help a person to not only succeed but to make a habit of success.

James 1:25 describes success as Blessing manifested through knowledge, practice and consistency. Continuity is to keep doing what you believe is the right thing to do in order to succeed in achieving your desire. This discipline must come from personal persuasion born out of committed HEARING and DOING. When you hear and believe, doing becomes easy. And when you understand that it was doing the Word you heard and believed that brought you to success, you’ll CONTINUE in it.

The key to establishing success as a habit is CONTINUITY!!!.

Keep doing the right thing and keep winning the right way! Have a blessed day beloved.

Shalom.
Ken Okotcha

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