Khumbulani Mpofu
2 min readAug 22, 2021


Dont stay too long / Get close. (Curated)

Some stay too long, some leave too early in your life. It doesn't change your destiny, it changes theirs. Your destiny is not limited by how you were raised; it’s not limited by what level your parents reached.

God wants you to go further. Now get in agreement with Him. Quit seeing yourself as average and limited. That is not who you are.

Your spiritual bloodline overrides your natural bloodline. If you’re going to see the greatness in you, the favour, the influence, the talent, you have to look to your Heavenly Father.

God wants you to know who you are and Whose you are. He wants you to set an example for others to follow. The way you live your life matters. How you see yourself is important because others follow your lead.

Today, God sees you holy in Christ. Colossians 1:22 says, "But now He has reconciled you by Christ’s physical body through death to present you holy in His sight, without blemish and free from accusation."

Begin to see yourself the way God sees you and you'll start to see true victory over every weakness in your life. Your greatest asset is a healthy self-esteem.

When you value what God has placed in your life, knowing that you are growing and becoming the person He wants you to be, you reflect that same value on others. Look up and have a bigger vision.

You’re not doing life on your own. Yes, you have natural parents and relatives, but your Heavenly Father controls the universe.

He makes ways when you don’t see a way. He’s not limited by who raised you, by your background or by what seems impossible. Get a new perspective.

Start believing that you’re favoured, declaring good things are coming, then you’ll see your Heavenly Father turn impossible situations around and take you further than you ever dreamed.

Today I encourage you to keep pressing through and you will break through whatever you are facing. You have to be determined to never give up and not let go of the dreams that God has placed in your heart. Nothing is too difficult for our God,

He will make a way where there seems to be no way, in the name of Jesus.

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Words shared by Taruvona Mashamhanda on the 21st August 2021, source of words reserved as anonymous