Thirst for Life: A Gift from Above.

Finding your purpose to push a little further makes you appreciate waking up to see another day. When you find that reason, you see the importance of the steps to survive a longer and prosperous life.

Be thankful, it will help you to stay focus on the positive things that will be beneficial to you, and reminds you that there is always a confidence in hope that the impossible will become possible.

When you have a sense of purpose, it helps you to revive and become a better person. This life that we live is not a forever-lifetime, it’s shorter than we realize. However, eternity is a life time.
According to Psalm 90:10 of the Holy Bible, the writer writes, Seventy years are given to us! Some even live to eighty. But even the best years are filled with pain and trouble; soon they disappear, and we fly away.
Petty things should not consume your time, for this gift of life that was given to you is so precious, you should be glad and rejoice each and every day of your life.
Uncomfortable situations will occur, but this challenge can be what gives you the power to make it to the next level. God does not want to see you in pain and suffering with a sense of lack in your life, but He sometimes use this to accomplish greater things in us.
According to Matthew 7:8: for everyone who asks, receives, and everyone who seeks, finds. And to everyone who knocks, the door will be opened. And then in James 4:2, it said, you don’t have because you don’t ask.
If we looking forward toward the best, there is always a chance it will happen. When you believe in the best it will allow you to see the best, as a result gain the best.
Here are some foods for thought:
 Believe that you will live a long and prosperous life.
 Take a Look around and believe in the great wonders and beauty of God’s creation.
 Take a look at the life of your children, relatives, friends and families.
 Don’t allow yourself to be overwhelmed with the bad things in life, it will overshadow all the good things in your life.
 Thirst for a greater life with happiness and joy, while choosing to live life to the fullest.
Carl Mathis: author of Life is what you make it – Seven steps to moving forward. Overcoming the obstacles of losing a spouse, having to raise three successful boys on his own and manage to write three books, he never managed to find the time to make excuses. Through his triumph over personal troubles, he strives to not only inspire and uplift, but to encourage people worldwide to find their purpose and begin walking in it. For booking info or to find out more about Carl Mathis, visit


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