What Keeps You Up At Night?
:?I just can?t everseem to shut off my brain and rest.? It's easy to feel paralyzed byuncertainty. We want our questionsanswered, our decisions affirmed, and our plans applauded. But life doesn't come with an instructionmanual and rarely follows...
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:?I just can?t everseem to shut off my brain and rest.?
It's easy to feel paralyzed byuncertainty. We want our questionsanswered, our decisions affirmed, and our plans applauded. But life doesn't come with an instructionmanual and rarely follows a straight path. How would your life change if youlearned to lean into uncertainty instead of waiting on the sidelines for justthe right moment or opportunity?
The paradox of faith is that you can'tactivate it until you act on it. Trust compels us to move forward. If youdon't, then you'll be left with a laundry list of unrealized expectations. Youwere meant to experience a life of abundance and blessing, not frustration andfailure.
Clarity only comes when we look back. So ifyou wait until you have clarity, you'll never find it. Instead, you must moveforward even when you feel scared to death. That is when you'll be able to turnthe fears that keep you up at night into fuel for your journey.
If you want to experience a breakthrough inyour life, then you must find a new cadence that will provide the strength youneed to move forward in spite of your doubts, questions, and fears. The rhythmof faith is not hinged upon our circumstances but our willingness to surrender.
In his most insightful work since the debutbestseller, Plan B, Pete Wilson provides a plan for living that willlead you to a place of peace that you've only dreamed about and a life filledwith meaning, significance, and satisfaction.
Pete Wilson is the founding and senior pastor of Cross Point Church in Nashville, TN, the second church he has planted in the last seven years. Pete graduated from Western Kentucky University with a degree in communications then attended seminary at Southern Seminary in Louisville, KY. His desire is to see churches become radically devoted to Christ, irrevocably committed to one another, and relentlessly dedicated to reaching those outside of God's family. He is married to Brandi and together they have three boys. When not spending time with church or family he enjoys playing golf and playing