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I am thankful for purposeful living. Psalm 103:14-16

Psalm 103:14-16
14 He knows what we are made of.


   He remembers that we are dust.

15 Human life is like grass;

   we grow like a flower in the field.

 16 After the wind blows, the flower is gone,

    and there is no sign of where it was.

Since I have come to have an intimate relationship with the Creator of the universe, urgency exists in my soul. I have a finite amount of time to share what God has done in my life. I feel like I’m racing against time. I appreciate each day of my life. I wake up happy that I woke up! I am glad that I know my purpose and that I am here for God’s significant reason.

It amazes me when people say they are bored, helpless, lost or have nothing to do. Most people go through life without personal visions, missions or without knowing why God created them. Many of us also engage in ‘busyness’ but live silently desperate lives not knowing why we were created.

You are here for God’s purpose.

Granted, some days and seasons can be wearisome to the soul, but I live for all experiences and I see the touch of God around me. I live with constant awareness of the power that God has in my life. I'm not saying I live perfectly and all is perfect, but I live with divine awareness of the beauty of living.

I will not live one moment more than I am supposed to in this body, so I want each moment of my life to matter to God. It matters to God how we lives our lives.

If you don't think every day is a good day, just try missing one.
                                                                                  ~ Cavett Robert



 

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