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The Power of YET


The enemy likes to attack me when I am my most vulnerable which is while I am sleeping. He will wake me up with loud thoughts of “You are not going to make it!’ He has done this ever since I decided to go after my dream of becoming a writer. I believe God placed that dream inside of me but the enemy loves to taunt me with the “what ifs”. He will even tell me how much my writing sucks. I can laugh a little more about it now because I know that I am a daughter of the most high. God has a good plan for my life and He has a good plan for yours. He is our qualifier.


There is so much power in the word yet. Yet requires patience as it holds on to hope. It helps us to believe that there is something worth waiting for. Yet, does not discriminate nor does it degrade. Yet lifts us up to a higher plane.


Carol Dweck’s The Power of Believing You Can Improve is based on the premise that we are all on a learning journey. Now, I believe everything starts with God because the word says, true wisdom comes only from God. However, her concept is whether she intended it to be or not, biblical. She says just because you haven’t accomplished something yet, does not mean that you should not try. The key is not to give up. You may have to adjust. You may need to be still and listen more but do not give up. ( the educators room)


God is the one who qualifies so instead of saying, “I don’t get it.” “I can’t do it.” “I haven’t made it.” Take a deep breath and then add yet to the end of your sentence


I don’t get it… yet


I can’t do this… yet


I haven’t made it…. yet.



You are manifesting your vision with the power of yet. Yet helps leads you through your meantime of no longer but not yet. Follow your calling not the crowd.


Where the voice of God leads you, the hand of God will sustain you. And with the hand of God on your life, all your needs will be met- Psalm 54:4

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