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21 Days To Developing A Holy Habit of Hustle Day One: Speak To The Converted

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“I don’t give a crap about converting one person, I am only speaking to the converted…Don’t waste energy on people who can’t consume it. Just go full offense on the people who have already bought in.” Gary Vaynerchuk

“The Spirit of the Lord is on me, because he has anointed me to proclaim good news to the poor. He has sent me to proclaim freedom for the prisoners and recovery of sight for the blind, to set the oppressed free,” Luke 4:18

Jesus knew from the start who he wanted to reach, 

The poor

The prisoner

The blind

The oppressed

Everything He did was to reach those people. 

He preached to Samaritan women

He met with Nicodemus and gave him the keys out of a broken system. 

He gave sight to the physically and spiritually blind.

He set free those who were oppressed by demons and sickness.

Jesus did not spend his time trying to convert Pharisees or those who opposed him, he reached those looking for what He was offering.

Hustle Habit: State who you want to reach. Design all you do to reach them. Quit wasting time trying to get the Homecoming King/Queen to notice you and spend time reaching the nerds who want to hang with you. Who do you know that needs what you have? Go make something just for them.

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