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May 22, 2012

After receiving direction from the Holy Spirit for this blog series, I experienced “writer’s block.” I had the necessary material and thoughts to compose the blog; however, I was having difficulty translating it on to paper. What I realize for me writing is not an easy task, and I need the help of God to do this. I have found that when a project or task is challenging to accomplish the fruits of it are massive. So, please pray for me in this endeavor; that as the title of this series, I do not miss my opportunity to do what I am called to do in this season.

“Oh, man, I missed it.” This has been the statement that many of us have made in our lifetime. The opportunity that we missed represented something that we wanted whether small or great and sometimes it is a chance that we may never again experience. The Bible contains these kinds of passages where individuals missed their opportunity. Over the next several weeks, I will be sharing some of these passages with you.

Let me start with the definition of these two words:

1. miss   Failing to hit, reach, catch, meet, or otherwise make contact with. To fail to perceive, understand, or experience. To fail to accomplish, achieve, or attain. To fail to attend or perform.

2. opportunity   A favorable or advantageous circumstance or combination of circumstances.  A favorable or suitable occasion or time. A chance for progress or advancement.

As you read and apply this series, I pray as Paul states in 2 Timothy 3:16-17 the reproof, correction, or instruction that you may need will be attained and applied to your life; so that you will be thoroughly furnished unto all good works, and not miss your opportunities.

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