Law of Progression: “Personal Mission Statement”

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Many gifted and talented visionary men and women can all tell you that progression is something that can be challenging to grab a hold of a keep. The reasons are obvious and I ‘ll be truthful.. Our flesh, Satan, and people.

Our flesh can be really untamed and unwilling to submit to a growth track that will proceed and progress in the greatness God has designed us for. Satan is the worker of the world and deception. He progresses in subtle but deadly ways. People can even deter us from progress. We may find ourselves being a loner if we chase after God wholeheartedly. Sometimes jealousy is the reason why God sets on a path of progression alone. When we merge back from the wilderness with a vision and talent it is unstoppable when God is the only one who has supported you through it.
The Question I have for you is this, have you achieved everything you want to for God? Obviously, if we answer no then what is it that we can do to progressively change?

The first law of progression: To move forward in life we need to have a personal mission statement.

A personal mission statement is one that clearly articulates the reason for our existence. John 4:34 tells us that Jesus’ mission statement was to do the will of the Father and to complete His work here on earth. The recorded ministry of Jesus lasts about three and a half years. In this short time, He accomplished a lot: He travelled, He preached, He healed and finally, sacrificed Himself for all mankind at Calvary.

The last words He spoke on the cross were “It is finished”. He was conscious
of His mission even to His last breath. On the third day, He rose from the grave and today, is the King of Kings. How did Jesus make such progress while on earth? He had a mission statement and He lived in order to fulfill it. His life here was driven by this purpose.

A mission statement has to be simple but specific. For instance, it can be something like “I want to be a blessing, materially, emotionally and spiritually, to those whom I come in contact with”. A personal mission statement such as this spurs us into action. Let’s look at the example in the sentence above to illustrate this.

 To bless someone spiritually, we need to be connected with God in a manner that allows us to receive His insight so we may pass it on to others.

 To bless someone emotionally, we need to work on better time management so we could spare time for those who need us.

 To bless someone materially, we need to do the work that we do with diligence in order to generate sufficient resources to share with others in need.

When we don’t have a mission statement we are like a piece of wood tossed to and fro in the ocean. The waves of life will throw us around and we will be unable to do anything about it because we are aimless and confused. A mission statement is like a lighthouse that will direct us towards progress.

Call To Action: If you find yourself without a personal mission statement, ask God for guidance. When you receive it, note it down and keep reminding yourself about it. Your life needs to be centered around it.

Progress, is then, inevitable.

Prayer: Heavenly Father, Lord help us to see a clear vision on our life. Give us strength to pursue everything you call us to. Help us forgive others who will not understand. Give us a disciplined spirit to achieve. Grant us the armor of light, God your armor to quench through warfare against satan and his powers, In Jesus Name we pray, Amen!

© 2017 God Head Disciple Ministry

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About walkofthespirit

Where one can find inspiration by truth and experience. Discovering the in and outs of the process within spiritual principles and what they mean to me in my life and personal relationship with God. A open-minded traveler designed to enlighten, as well shining the light in darkness where others may be blinded. Discipleship is a cost, it bares forth fruits worth baring. Jesus Is my Lord #GodHeadDisciple
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