Quote from My Heart and The Holy Spirit – Surrounded by Hell


“…I think to myself the tragedy that would come if He pronounced the death sentence upon me having not had the chance to fulfill my purpose…”


Take this moment to reflect upon your life and how far you’ve come along in your journey. Think about all that you’ve accomplished. Are you satisfied with the path you’re headed down? Some of you reading this will agree that you are absolutely confident in how your life has unfolded. Unfortunately, an abundance of others reading this won’t have the same positive revelation.

To those in need of motivation for their personal lives whether it’s pertaining to finances, relationships, family or self-worth, this is for you.

Knowing that tomorrow is never promised can be a terrifying thought for some of us to accept. As we grow older we realize that each day that passes by brings us closer to our final days on earth. Instead of allowing that realization to lock you in a place of regret and fear, use it as fuel to motivate you to get up and go do what God destined you to do in life. Don’t waste any more time reflecting on what could have been. So maybe you don’t exactly know what your purpose is in life yet. That’s totally fine! Talk to the Lord and find out what your purpose is. The less time you spend living in fear and regret, the more time you will have to learn your purpose in life and start challenging yourself to fulfill your destiny.

If you’re in need of some motivation to do greater things in life, remember that it is never too late to start over and live your life to the fullest. You don’t have to wait until January 1st. Start today! Life is the most irreplaceable and precious gift given to us from God. Cherish your gift by fulfilling the purpose in your life.

The quote used in this posting was directly taken out of “My Heart and The Holy Spirit Surrounded by Hell”. The novel can be purchased on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Google Play and ITunes.

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