Attitude determines altitude

by Andrew Cartwright


“Look up and see what’s coming”. –Zechariah 5:5

In aviation, the attitude of an aircraft is the degree to which the aircraft’s nose is above or below the horizon, and that determines whether the aircraft will climb or descend. For a given power setting, if the nose is high, you’ll climb. If the nose is low, you’ll descend.

It’s the same with our lives. If we want to “climb,” we need to lift our vision above the horizon. But if we’re always looking down, we’ll never gain height. God has great plans to prosper us and give us a hope and a future (Jeremiah 29:11). He is doing a “new thing” in the earth and He’s asking us – can you not see it? (Isa 43:19). Let’s keep looking up so we can maintain an “upward attitude”.

Take action: Fix your eyes on Jesus. Keep His promises to you before your eyes at all times. Write verses down on small cards and place them everywhere. Every time you see a verse written in your Bible or on a card, say it out loud until it takes root in your heart. Your victory will soon manifest!

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