Thursday, October 11, 2012

Enjoy Your Life: Part 3: God trusts YOU

Enjoy your life. Part 3:

God trusts YOU



What do you want? Yes! What do you want? If a person who had everything told a child: "What do you want? Anything!"   Would you think that's crazy?  But I'm telling you:  The only time you tell a person, whether a child or anyone else, this: I will give you anything. I want you to be happy.  So What do you want?   This is because you must truly, TRUST that person on a very great level.

Now, listen. God is saying this to every person: "What do you want?" "I will give you anything. What do you want?" This is because God trusts us in a level unimaginable to all mankind. God trusts you. Did you know that if a child recognizes two things: that their parent truly loves and accepts them for who they are truly, and trusts that child in the deepest way possible, that this child desire will increase to intrinsic and the desire to take advantage (for long) decreases as there is no longer anything to take advantage of; because children ultimately starve from lack of acceptance...this is where most behavioral issues may occur.  Children are mostly imitators of their models; therefore, display maturity, and although children will test, the child will resemble this very character (as children are mimickers of character) the child will take the role of "human".   The Bible says it this way,  "Train a child in the way they should go, and they will not stray from it."  Proverbs 22:6   So the child will think about how to best use this responsibility as a human (look at "Enjoy Your Life" Part 2) and help someone else or the child will ask for what the heart is beckoning from within, the heart within makes up all the unsearchable gifts that God placed richly in their heart in the first place.  And just as God's ways are unsearchable, so are the riches God has been ever pleased to place within each of our hearts like a fingerprint on every man's hand, on our heart before we were ever born or thought of by parents.

So think about what it means to you that God trusts you.  Then think about what it is that you want out of this life from your heart.  Think about your talents and what you want to do with them.  How will they truly be helpful to you and people whom  you love and care for.  

In my next and final segment I will write about: Write it down. 





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