Today’s question comes from Angela. She asks:

“How do we know when to step out on faith? To start pursuing our purpose? What if we don’t have the finances to defray the costs? Do we just give up?”

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  • I can definitely attest to the fear you experience when you start doing good work! The more traction I gain, the more fear I experience, but it’s in a good way! It means I’m growing and stretching myself. Love you, Lady J. Thanks for sharing.

  • Olivia Hartwell Collins

    Thank you so much we open the store yesterday and fear is trying to creep in but I know God will provide thank you for the encouraging word

  • Jevonnah Ellison

    Congratulations, Olivia! I completely believe in you!

  • Jevonnah Ellison

    SO awesome, Tricia! Love you more.

  • Thais Soares Osczepinski

    Great question Angela and amazing answer Lady J.
    As I grow into the business world i hear very often successful people saying that taking the first step was the hardest, mainly due to the unknown and that’s what makes it a little scary. The difference is : will you take that step regardless of fear and/ or uncertainty or let the fear take over your life and completely “paralyze “ you?
    Good stuff and looking forward to more videos. Keep it up!

  • Jevonnah Ellison

    Great words of encouragement, Thais. Thanks so much for commenting!

  • Julie Carr

    Good stuff and so very true. It doesn’t have to be a major leap that you take towards your purpose, it can be the small, everyday decisions where we refuse to compromise in. The small parts of our lives where we completely trust God rather than the fear. A great encouragement is to read and reread the account of Abraham. He was truly a man that trusted God over fear and disbelief.
    As usual Lady J you are an amazing inspiration. Love and appreciate you so very much.

  • Jevonnah Ellison

    Thank you for that, Julie! Good word.