Because all trains are at the station does not mean that they are going to the same destination.
Trains have platforms going in certain directions. If you happen to be on the wrong platform, you may just miss your assigned train and mess up your journey. In the same vein, your assignment requires a defined platform.
There is a place that God has allocated for you to stand for His glory. It is your assigned platform.
On that platform, deliverance flows. Impact is made. Lives are transformed. Deals are clinched. Destiny connections are made.
Your assignment requires a defined platform because your destiny cannot afford mistakes. Not now.
Three Reasons Why People End Up On The Wrong Platform
- Sometimes we end up on the wrong platform because we keep looking at someone else’s platform. It’s happening over there so let’s build there.
- Because we don’t want to rock the boat, we focus on building 100 when God has already shown us 1,000,000. Who wants to do the work to build a multitude? Where’s the help coming from? With human wisdom, it takes too much work, effort, and money. Who is going to pay for it? The safe place of 100 is easier. What an error!
- Some pursue platforms and even get on them because they want to be noticed.
What should you do to land on your defined platform?
Read more about your assignment and defined platforms in my book: “Assigned: No More Procrastination, Launch Your Destiny.” Click here to get your copy. It is available everywhere books are sold.
PS. The called are assigned projects by God with allocated audiences. You are not called for nothing. Your assignment carries weight.
Belinda is a Global Privacy and Cybersecurity Consultant, Corporate Trainer (leadership, culture, diversity and inclusion, cyber privacy and security awareness), Writer, and International Speaker with a unique blend of law and technology. She is a digital entrepreneur, author, ordained pastor, mentor to women ready to impact their generation and host of Destiny Chats podcast. For consultation, click here and invitation to speak, click here