I have strength for all things in Christ Who empowers me (I am ready for anything and equal to anything through Him Who infuses inner strength into me…) - Phil 4:13
Staying off the battleground cannot get you endorsed as a champion. If you must emerge a winner, you must be interested in championship. For you to walk your way up to the platform of honour as an acclaimed champion, you must be spoiling for a fight to pull down strongholds that are erected against your advancement. In your quest to win through the battle of life, the default state of your heart must be to emerge a win and not to conceive defeat. It takes someone who has a can-do-attitude to step up to the plate and earn his spurs. However, if you consider every task or battle to be too difficult to win, you will never get to the front-line of excellence and victorious accomplishment.
If you appreciate the saying that the difficult is done at once and the impossible takes a little longer, then your efforts to reap the harvest of success will begin to see the light of the day. This is consistent with the fact that you don’t emerge a success by taking the backseat with contentment; you do it by taking the bull by the horns. If you are nursing a defeat or failure in the task or project ahead of you, you will be much more receptive to fear. This will depreciate and dilute your will to win, shine and smile at the harvest of accomplished result.
Apostle Paul wrote, “I can do all things through Christ Who strengthens me.” That means whatsoever you conceive as a walkover will not reduce you to defeat if you are in companionship with God. Regardless of its enormity, you will be able to build a default mechanism that guarantees your victory. Instead of degrading your value by avoiding difficult task, rather make up your mind to face it head on. Your effort is not enough; see that your effort yield the desired result to get you upgraded to a place of honour and dignity. May you triumph and reap the harvest of success as you get poised to take up challenging task in Jesus name.