Live Opportunistic.

Opportunity. A set of circumstances that makes things possible! The Bible declares, “Nothing is impossible with God” (Luke 1:37). He is the set of circumstances that makes things possible. We can’t achieve our highest potential without His involvement. He opens new doors and closes old ones. God is the one who prepares you for your destiny before you even get there!


There are a lot of people out there who are strategic. They will plan their entire day, week, month and lifetime out. Strategies are good, but what happens when an opportunity conflicts with your strategy? We have learned to be opportunistic. That means we simply wait until God “makes things possible.” Over time, we have seen God drop opportunity after opportunity in our laps. Sometimes we feel overwhelmed by the opportunities he presents to us! He is beyond faithful. 

Have you ever tried to force open a door? In the past we have. The outcome is never good. We fail, falter and fall short. Here’s our advice: Refuse to open a door that God has not unlocked for you! Other people may try and direct you, encourage you and speak direction over your life, (and we need people like that in our lives) but never at the expense of God’s open doors.

Be careful who you allow to speak into your future. This is so important. Too many people are looking for others to validate their dreams instead of waiting for God to reveal His dreams! Don’t allow people to sidetrack your dreams or derail your destiny. If God spoke it into your heart pursue it!

Here are some questions to ask yourself when examining an opportunity:

  • Does it line up with God’s Word?
  • Is it in alignment with my gifts, callings & talents?
  • Is my spouse/family in agreement?
  • Do I feel the peace of the Holy Spirit?
  • Did I make this happen or did God?
  • Does this push me closer to my full redemptive potential?


The Bible declares, “whenever we have the opportunity, we should do good to everyone–especially to those in the family of faith” (Galatians 6:10). Opportunity to advance is good but opportunities to help others advance is godly! Choose to use the opportunities, blessings and privileges that God has given to you to bless others.

Never forget, what you make happen for others God will make happen for you! In the words of Paul Blart, in Mall Cop 2, “Help someone today.”

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