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Live with Intention and Purpose

There's freedom in living with intention and purpose. And when we know our intention and purpose in life, we are strong, because we can do all things through Christ who gives us the strength to do them (Philippians 4:13).

"And we know that for those who love God all things work together for good, for those who are called according to his purpose" (Romans 8:28). Do you know your purpose? If you do, you are most assuredly living with intention, you're living with passion, and you enjoy waking up in the morning to go tackle the things you love. It's not a chore or a weighty task to embark on the sometimes rough and challenging journey you're on. You know what you live for and it doesn't seem like work at all. It's like Lebron James and basketball. He loves what he does and he even makes it look easy. 

Living with intention -- living with purpose -- what a great place to be. That's how I feel about my blog. I didn't always feel that way though. In the beginning it was something I did from time to time when I felt like it. I wanted to help people, but I wasn't as passionate about being consistent about it as I am now.  Today it's totally different. I feel it -- I sense it. I live it. I love it. The spirit of this blog is resonating with people even myself and I am loving every part of it. I love that Sha Sha, my avatar, has been input into the mix. Who doesn't love Sha Sha? She's amazing. She was raised with lots of love, but didn't have much means. Now she's as fierce as they come and she dines with the best of 'em. Oh yes, keep your eye on Sha Sha. 

Anyway, if you're living with intention, you're in a great place and I don't have to tell you to keep going. But if you're not, something has to give and you more than likely, know what that is. God wants the best for us and as Romans 8:28 states, when we are living in our purpose, God brings everything together. It's just a matter of time. Stay strong in the Lord. 

Hear what Sha Sha has to say about living with intention and purpose. Sha Sha is my avatar, so her face is based on my face and the voice you hear is actually me speaking through her.


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