To show that settling for less than God’s best for us robs us of our purpose and joy.
The greatest waste of our natural and spiritual resources is the number of the young people who live below their potential. In fact many women keep trudging along on their jobs and in relationships that cannot give them any kind of future or retirement or security. When they are no longer able to work, don’t have anything to look forward to. Parents selling them selves for less than God’s pretentious for their future, can by all means wreck their children’s life. To the youth generation, God loves you so very much; you can see in his Word for yourself. In John 3:16, is what he wants you to know. God so loved you - the whole world - that he gave his only begotten Son. That whosoever believeth in him should not parish, but have everlasting life. God’s word is for everyone. He focuses on little children and looks to Christians to teach and minister to his little precious angels, as they grow up. Teach them, forget not my law, but let thine heart keep my commandments. Proverbs 3:2 for length of days and long life and peace, shall they add to them.
Living with integrity means not selling for less than what God has for your relationships or values or resources. When you are content to be a distant follower of Christ, you are selling yourself cheap and denying yourself the abundant life that God has already planned for you before the beginning of time. These beliefs and so much more can cause our careers; even our authentic selves can be lost. When we start to live on someone else’s terms. We need to know we are in Christ and begin to live from his perspective, not ours.
The greatest waste of all is not using your natural and spiritual resources. There are a number of people who live below their potential, as a result, many women keep trudging along in the same worldliness, not wanting to prosper nor fulfill any goals. Have you settled for a just ‘okay’ life, instead of an “extraordinary” life in Christ? Have you settled for what you think you can have, instead of what you really know first, or what God has for you? Subconsciously certain beliefs have and will damage our relationship with God, be weary lest any man spoil your philosophy and vain deceit.
Consequently, these beliefs affect our careers, our relationships, our health, our family, our finances, our mindset, and ourselves. Be very alert, very careful, ourselves can be lost when we start to live on someone else’s terms. As women we must always know whom we are and who we are in Christ and begin to live from his perspective, not our own. Youth take heed.