Out On a Limb

4 Sep

We don’t experience divine intervention until we get out on a limb — that’s where the fruit grows. Most of us are hugging the trunk. We’re afraid to get out there on the limb because we don’t like swaying in the breeze. We want the stability of the trunk. To be fruitful, we have to let go of our security blankets and take a leap of faith.

Andrew Wommack

Article: Lessons from Elijah

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2 Responses to “Out On a Limb”

  1. jeremypenwarden May 5, 2011 at 6:43 pm #

    You mean like stepping out to disagree with something you’re expected to agree with? Yeah – I do that sometimes.

    Another quote I agree with.

  2. Roshan Easo June 15, 2011 at 1:38 pm #

    Stepping out into the breeze – how do you do this, screw up, and still rejoice? “Jesus is Alive! (And I’m getting a body like Jesus regardless!)”

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