Authorizing Update Part Two


What do you do with this?

You have already taken the upgrades necessary to get to this point of

teaching people home repair.


Do you really want to do this again with a topic you

know nothing about?

You’re not trained for this!


You make the decision to update to this new program anyway,

it sounds good and right to you.


It gets tough here because you need to keep the old programs running

 while you figure out the new one.

Overwhelming does not even begin to cover it.

This is the part where you need an administrators touch.

This is the place where you must give authority to that administrator to

come in and show you what to do and how to put this whole new entity



First you must authorize the update.

Then  the update gets installed.

New files must be copied.

Your screen tells you that someone is calling for an update –

click to continue.


You must choose.  To click or not to click.

Then and only then can you continue.


Are you sure you want to do this before you commit to it?

It may need to take your time to make that commitment.

Once you click, you are on to unknown territory.

Click to continue.


You know how much work that click is going to be.

Do you really want to do it?


Weather it is a new way of dressing, thinking, acting, working,

not working, or a totally new way of life.

A new life update that concerns your decision about Christ.


To be sure, clicking that key is going to bring lots of changes.

But the promise is that that click will be worth the effort.

You’ll need to authorize and install that update.

You will need to delete some files.

You will for sure need to copy some new ones.


You’ll get that warning that you are calling for an update,

and the resistance to the change will be great.


You may even be scared into thinking it was all a mistake.

That’s pretty normal.

But you can do it.

You can trust God to do what He says He will.

Click to continue.


You will find peace in your heart that only God can provide.

You sense of a level of belonging that you have never

even knew existed.

You will have an assurance that all will be well because He is residing

inside your heart.


And those annoying pop ups?

Some are not as scary as they seem.

Besides, who cares if they are scary anyway?

You’ve said that about less important updates.

God’s word the Bible tells the truth about them.

This amazing manual is the best troubleshooting guide ever written.


So I would encourage you, here at the beginning of this year,

to decide on this upgrade.


Go ahead, what’s stopping you? Click here →





13 For you created my inmost being; you knit me together in my mother’s womb. 14 I praise you because I am fearfully and wonderfully made; your works are wonderful, I know that full well. 15 My frame was not hidden from you when I was made in the secret place, when I was woven together in the depths of the earth.


2 thoughts on “Authorizing Update Part Two

  1. Nice analogy. I get a lot of pop-ups when I make changes – are you sure you want to do this? Am I doing the right thing? What if this happens? What if that doesn’t happen? God has to remind me not to worry. He also tells me that I have to keep my hands open and let Him remove things, some of them are my little darlings, precious to me, but God has better for me. Guess it boils down to do I trust God or not.

    Great post.
    Have a blessed day.


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