Passion drives everyone to do the things they love. The question is, does it include the desire to know God?
Humanity needs love in some shape or form, and most of the time, it drives people to do things they may not have done before. Love is a bond we have with people around us, which motivates us to do different things. If an individual loves what he does and does what he loves, every man would find his life a joyful encounter and thus agree with what Hayes says, “If we rest, we rust.”
Everyone has passion, a life wish, as they say, which fuels us to unveil the magnificent canvas of our dreams. If one wishes to see oneself teaching at the finest universities across the globe to achieve what one has visualized, hard work and perseverance are required. Same as an individual who dreams of becoming the most remarkable athlete possible in any sport.
If one loves what he does, he won’t always wake up with a smile (no one does every day), but he will look forward to starting your day. Taking leave is not an option in training and discipline. Thus this leads to Nothing.
Finding a dream job that has made one jump out of bed each morning makes all the difference. One doesn’t dread his tasks or daydream about escaping. The work one is doing has been thoroughly engaged and immersed. Maybe it’s what one has dreamed of achieving, or perhaps it’s surprising to find it so compelling. Either way, one is excited to start. But finding those dream jobs and outstanding work opportunities doesn’t come without effort.
Doing everyone’s passion does not give a holistic approach to one’s life unless spiritual aspects should be considered. Because, after all, when we die, it is eternal. How can one be sure of the kind of life they have after death? We should also have a passion for God.
REIGNITING YOUR PASSION FOR GOD
The prolific force behind all great art, all great music, all great drama, all excellent writing, and all great architecture is passion. Nothing great is achieved without passion; Nothing great is sustained in life without passion. Passion is what energizes life. God created humanity with the emotions to have passion in life and wants everyone to live a passionate life for Him. Passion is what mobilizes armies into action. Passion causes explorers to go where no man’s gone before boldly. Passion is what causes scientists to spend late-night hours trying to find the cure to a dreaded disease. Passion is what takes good athletes and turns them into great athletes where they’re breaking records. People have got to have passion in their life.
A story once said about a man who walked up to Jesus one day and said, “Lord, what is the most important thing in the Bible?” Jesus answered, “I want you to love God with all your heart, soul, mind, and strength, Mark 11:30. Nothing matters more. That’s the number one thing in life. We need to love God passionately.”
Nothing else matters in life if people don’t love God with passion. God doesn’t want humankind to worship Him half-heartedly. He wants people to love Him with all their heart, soul, mind, and strength.
A book entitled “The Color of Love” by Raymond Quattlebaum helps readers to have a passion for God through poetry. The poetry book Poetry In Motion transformed itself into the color of life. An everlasting rotation of indescribable beauty, the true essence of God, his testament to life. Life is the essence of who we are! We must PUSH! Because in life, you never know how far you can go until you PUSH! Life is a constant PUSH!!! The book will inspire the reader to read more as one turns the pages inspired about what’s coming next. A lot of times in life, it’s not what you read. It’s how good the book you have read and where it takes you. The book will do a series of things as poetry. It will take the reader to another place in time but is bound to bring them back from an adventurous journey, safe and sound, anticipating more as you read to the very end.
With passion, it makes the impossible possible. All the more when that passion is about knowing God.