Blame It On Me


“You thought it was meant to be, I admit so did I.”

A lot of times we EXPECT things to go a certain way.  Not just in relationships, but, in life in general.

We EXPECT that if we do a great job, we will be rewarded.

We EXPECT that if we pour our hearts into our work, we will see results.

We EXPECT that our gifts and talents will take us to higher heights.

And, often, we EXPECT that our lives are going according to plan.

But, according to whose plan?

“Sometimes you can work it out, sometimes you can’t.”

At some point in our lives, we decide what we want to be, what we want to do.

I’m not talking about business plans or five year plans, I mean the things that are buried deep in our heart.

And sometimes, we take a chance.  We take what we like to refer to as a leap of faith.

We do that, because, we believe with ALL of our HEART, that this is what we are SUPPOSED to do.

“Sometimes leaving is easy, sometimes it ain’t.”

When things are not progressing as we had hoped or when things get tougher than we expected, we need to make a decision.

Will I stay with this plan or will I go?

It’s more troubling for creatives, because they feel like they’ve been pregnant with the expectation of birth for so long.

Unfortunately, some people will have labor pains and get excited and prepared for the delivery, only to see the dream was stillborn.

Sometimes, it’s time to move on.

It doesn’t mean that you didn’t nurture the dream enough.

And it most definitely, does NOT mean that it’s time for you to insert someone else into your dream.

What God has for you, is for YOU.  NOTHING CAN STOP IT!

Sometimes, it’s just time to let it go – so you can free yourself to receive the seed for the dream that you were meant to birth, to raise and develop through maturity.

Whoever this message is intended for, whoever this resonates with, already KNOWS that it’s time to say goodbye to some things.

Stop blaming EVERY  failure or setback on an attack of the enemy.  God can NEVER fail, so if you believe in your plan more than God does, what can you expect the results to be?

“You can say whatever you’d like”.

“I ain’t a quitter, I just ain’t the type.”

Today, I’m going to give you an out.

Let’s start to look at letting go as letting GROW.  By adding the R and W to the word go, we can start to view some things in the Right Way.

Clear the clutter.  Prepare a space for yourself to GROW.

When a child is lost through miscarriage, often a woman needs a procedure referred to as a D&C, which ensures that any debris is removed and the womb is thoroughly clean.

Now’s the time to clean your womb.  Remove the debris – prepare to receive a new implantation.

“Blame it on me, say it’s my fault”.

If you needed to hear confirmation, here it is.  I know that God confirms his word before two or more witnesses.  If this is NOT the first time you are hearing this from credible sources, it’s time for it to be over.

“As long as it’s over.”


2 thoughts on “Blame It On Me

  1. A right on time Word! I don’t know if this is something I’ve heard before, but I know it is what I felt when I lost my job. So, God removed me to move forward and i’m pressing to do just that. Be blessed!


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