person because you have GROWN into something better, bigger and stronger. In this way, you can be sure that a life-changing event does not have to stop your life. If change happens, just change your direction. It can help you PIVOT.
Pivot Points are there to show you when to make the turns that can help you grow, and growth sometimes hurts. The term “growing pains” isn’t a fallacy. In physiological terms, muscles and bones actually hurt as they go through growth spurts. I remember, don’t you?
And, JE-SUS! When your heart gets broken, when you lose that job, when your business doesn’t gain the heights you thought it would, when the ride or die friend doesn’t ride anymore…you think life is over. Well, IT ISN’T, unless you decide it is. What you are facing is a Pivot Point. Which way will you go? Forward, Backward or Stuck?
I choose Forward. And most times, I don’t know what that means. I only know that if I keep putting one foot in front of the other, through tears, through fear, through …PISSOFF-ITY (that’s my new word for being mad!), I will see a light at the end of the tunnel. Sometimes, you can’t see the light, unless you see the darkness first. Because if you don’t see darkness, the light seems frivolous, not worth pursuing, not pragmatic, not practical, not SAFE.
Well. That’s when Faith steps in. And as Stormie Norman says, God gives you just enough light for the step you’re on. And guess what else? YOU are the light at the end of the tunnel.
One of the biggest “AH-HA” moments of Pivot Points is