Saturday, February 27, 2016

NEW RELEASED: ( Customized) - The Roadmap To A Fulfilled Life

Pursuing purpose is like taking a trip on a rocky road toward the top of a mountain. An uphill climb, whether on a rocky road or a smooth one, is not easy. Who said pursuing purpose would be easy? Yes, it’s difficult; life is difficult. However, reaching the top is not the problem. I came to realize you could reach the top with no problem at all if you do so your way. But if you do that, could you enjoy what you’ve accomplished and hold on to it? Would you have enough strength to glory in the fruits of your labor? However, if you don’t take the easy route (doing it your way), you will discover that there will be times along your climb toward the top when you’ll have to rest; and you will discover the consequences if you press forward when you’re fatigued mentally, emotionally, and physically.

Life has a way of taking a toll on the body; everyday concerns and a habit of worrying can become 

thorns in your flesh. Thus, it is imperative that you recognize when it’s time to take a break. If you 

want to be effective in your work, you must know when to step back and take a moment to relax and 

recuperate. “And on the seventh day God ended his work which he had made; and he rested on the 

seventh day from all his work which he had made” (Genesis 2:2, KJV).

Motivational Speaker Carl Mathis, author of "Pursuing Your Purpose - How To Discover God's Revelation For Your Life". Learn how to develop your life through Biblical Scriptures at

Friday, February 5, 2016

Mind Power Training: How to Discover Your Divine Purpose

When we feel misaligned, without passion or rhythm, we’re not being guided by our spirit. Many people are influenced by the needs of others, the paycheck that supports them and the demands that dominate them. On this path we eventually live like slaves to a man-made system. We chase the goals of others instead of pursuing our own dreams. We deaden our despair with the next purchase, pill or ill-gotten gains. We do what we think we should instead of living beyond what logic alone can dictate.

God is always speaking to us. Giving us clues, insight and direction about the reason why we’re here. It can be difficult to hear His still small voice because of the many things that can distract us, but with intentional effort and a few minutes of quiet time each day, we can be still and know God’s purpose for our life. When we know God, and we hear God, our talents start to feel energized. We awaken with excitement and expectation. We are downloaded with divine ideas and next steps. We hear the answers to our burning life questions like:-Why I am here?

-What should I do next?

-How can I make my life more fulfilling?

-What makes me happy?

Without times of stillness, there will be feelings of disconnect, despair and foreboding that result from living outside our divine purpose much like a light bulb without a lamp. But when we cultivate listening to our spirit and ultimately follow it to realize our purpose, it is the feeling of fitting in, like a piece in a puzzle. It feels peaceful. From it comes the innate satisfaction of giving the gifts that you and you alone can contribute to the world.

Being spirit driven is fundamental in finding your direction—both big and small. Whatever you do with your life, it should honestly be the outflowing of who you uniquely are. That way, you don’t have to work hard to manufacture it. It’s best when it is organically and artistically an outpouring of your gift, your talent, your perspective.

Motivational Speaker Carl Mathis, author of "Pursuing Your Purpose" (The Series)