John the baptist had acrophobia; he was afraid of the "high position" that God put him. Not because he could not baptize the people, but because he felt unworthy to baptize Jesus – the Saviour of the world. John had been baptizing the people for so long; which means he was quite experienced in it. But the appearance of Jesus destabilized his baptizing skill. Jesus had to encourage him to do it, because that was how God wanted it to be.
What makes you think you cannot handle bigger clients or bigger tasks? The moment John baptized Jesus, the heavens opened, and the Holy Spirit came upon Jesus. And that simply means that John did a great job. Do not be too comfortable with small tasks, projects, or clients; because the truth is, God wants you to handle bigger and greater things. Didn't your bible tell you that a man that is diligent in his business will stand before kings? As long as you know your job, then expect big shots and big clients to come to you, just as Jesus came to John. Do not say "you can't" because they are big; rather, say "you can" and become big. David was obviously too small for Goliath, but he said "he can", and then he became too big for Goliath.
That's how far we'd go on today's Timely Note. But take these last words; IF GOD WANTS US TO BE BIG, THEN WE JUST HAVE TO BE READY TO TAKE BIG CHANCES. Have a most fruitful day, in Jesus precious name!
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An Inspiration of The Almighty