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Day 182: Stop Existing And Start Living!

from commons.wikimedia.org

from commons.wikimedia.org

Ps. 84.7: (AMP) They go from strength to strength [increasing in victorious power]; each of them appears before God in Zion

The amount of fuel required for a journey depends on mileage to be covered . In fact, regular stop over’s for re-fueling are necessary sometimes.

Life is a not a 100 metre dash. It’s even more than a marathon race. Life is a journey!

An aircraft consumes more fuel than a bike.  Therefore, it flies higher and scales more territories. It even travels faster and farther.

How far would you go in life?

The surest way to ‘while away’ one’s life is to exist without the presence of God.

Beginning with the end in mind, you’d definitely need to check in with the Author of Life for regular refueling if you’d go far in life. As a matter of fact, you need to appear before Him daily for the new strength and fresh grace every new moment requires: because the journey gets more demanding as one progresses!

The surest way to ‘while away’ one’s life is to exist without the presence of God! That is the best way to exhaust oneself on a journey and still never arrive till it’s all over!

Life doesn’t have to be that way!

It’s time to stop existing or merely surviving. It’s time to really start LIVING!

… to exist without the presence of God… is the best way to exhaust oneself on a journey and still never arrive till it’s all over!

Thank God it’s a new day! Another opportunity to start life afresh!

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About Funmi Adebayo

Funmi is a Content Creator and Digital Marketer. She creates bespoke media content, also builds and executes digital strategies that help Professionals and Startups enhance their online presence, thereby improving their lead generation and conversion rates. Her vision is to help businesses exceed their ROI projections. When she's not working, she's busy listening to classical music whilst reading or writing another blog post, poem or devotional.
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