God hasn't overlooked you

God hasn't overlooked you. 

Has the enemy been whispering in your ear, telling you that your life is insignificant, that God has overlooked you? You’ve done your best, yet have not seen the results you anticipated. You’ve been through some disappointments, and now you’re tempted to think, “Oh, what’s the use? Things will never change. I’ll never accomplish my dreams.” Stop right there! DO NOT believe those lies.

When you stay in faith, you can overcome any obstacle and accomplish everything God has planned for you. Even when change looks impossible. Even when you’ve made poor choices and see no way out, God’s hands are never tied. His power is unlimited. Nothing is too difficult for Him.

For God is not unjust so as to overlook your work and the love that you have shown for his name in serving the saints, as you still do - Hebrews 6:10

You first act of maturity is to accept total responsibility for your actions and motivate yourself. No one can do it for you. 

Although motivation gives you focus and direction, discouragement will be reflected in your lifestyle. Be yourself but be the best possible "you" that you can be. Be passionate about what you do or about your calling. 

Start by clearly defining your boundaries and stay focused on your vision. It is important to note that boundaries are not limitations, but actually a means to tap your true potential. Spend time finding new ways to do things. It's easy to avoid doing those things you don't enjoy or find difficult.

Develop a life of integrity. Why not be someone that you admire? I don't mean that you should start strutting around full of pride, but that you should develop Godly-esteem. Join people who can build you up, those who can identity with your vision. 

Have an attitude of gratitude for what you have. You can change any situation by changing yourself. Be excited for other people's success - God hasn't overlooked you.