If you are not persistent, crisis will make you quit.
No matter how talented you are; you are going to incur obstacles. No doubt, there will be times you wouldn’t feel like getting up from bed. And if you are not persistent, you will quit.
Being persistent is important because the little steps you take each day will eventually mount up and force its way, pulling you out of any crisis.
The apostle Paul knew this principle. In letter to Timothy, he said, “I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, I have kept the good faith” (2 Tim. 4:7). Paul acknowledged the fact that his journey was a battle, but like a sportsperson, he was persistent.
Written by Ben Dankaka