Live With Intention

LIVE WITH INTENTION

PUBLISHED BY DEBORAH NEGRON

March 25, 2019

Life is fragile…
Life is precious. It arrives and laughter joy come. Then it ends and tears and saying our goodbyes seems like such a toil.
Oh Lord, you are the one that removes the sting of death.
All of us will have to face the dark days of loss.
Hebrews 9:27 says, And just as it is appointed for man to die once, and after that comes judgment,.

We can’t escape the fact that the moment we are born, we begin to grow and then to decay and eventually come to a point of culmination.

James 4:14 says, yet you do not know

what tomorrow will bring. What is your life? For you are a mist that appears for a little time and then vanishes.

So knowing this, How must we live this life?
How must we care for each passing minute? How must live in light of this knowledge.

Love life to the fullest!
Say I’m sorry. Say I love you. Say you love chocolate but hate the pounds on.
Work hard to accomplish the greatest things we can accomplish, building good solid relationships. Life is fading, so let the memory we leave be a sweet one. Be afriend, be helping ha d. Be an instrument of grace and a beacon of hope for others. Tell people about the love of God. Hold no bars. Be a light in this dark world. Love hard and much. Hold no grudges and quickly forgive. Tomorrow is not promised to anyone. So live today to the Max.
Make that phone call to that old friend. Reconnect and make ammends. Give generously and expect noth in ng in return. Laugh, cry and make every second count.
The day you die, make sure of one thing, that people will miss the you, you have been.

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