By Cornel Bongco

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An archer will firmly grasp an arrow while pulling back the bowstring so that it will produce enough force to propel the arrow to its intended target when it is released. it does so with such a force that it penetrates targets. Pull back, release, propel forward! Is that a paradox?

Pulling back is like life’s numerous setbacks! Difficulty, disability, defeat, discouragement, disease, are among the many things that hold us back. But while these factors set others back and paralyze them, others use these setbacks as a way for God to intervene and use whatever is holding them back to propel them to a God-given destiny.

Never let anyone or anything hold you back! Never forget, in God’s loving hands you are unstoppable!

Leaders know this, and they have an uncanny ability to see setbacks as a setup for success and significance! They have not only mastered having a high Intelligence Quotient (IQ), and a high Emotional Quotient (EQ) but also a high Adversity Quotient (AQ)!

And the world does not lack in wonderful examples! Helen Keller was born blind, deaf and mute, yet has been used by God to motivate, encourage and inspire like no other! Nick Vujicic was born without limbs, no arms, no legs! But he has been traveling the world with a message of God’s love and inspiration like no one else can give! Born without limbs, living without limits!

But more than transcending their setbacks they knew that these could be used by God to set up a ministry that would be uniquely theirs, and one thing that is obvious is how they have all learned to release themselves (like an arrow) into God’s loving hands.Set back, set up, release, propel forward! Never let anyone or anything hold you back! Never forget, in God’s loving hands you are unstoppable!

Set back, set up, release, propel forward! Never let anyone or anything hold you back! Never forget, in God’s loving hands you are unstoppable!

Cornel Bongco is in his own words, “a beggar who found Bread and want to share the delicious feast he enjoys.”

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