We’re all on a journey of hope, looking for inspiration to help carry us along. Inspiration is subjective, as different people will find different things to be inspiring. God is the basis for our inspiration, because He is the basis for everything good and worth imitating.
Finding Your Inspiration
How we find our inspiration in this world can be determined by what it is we are looking for.
It can be Biblical inspiration, creative inspiration, or sudden creativity with a new invention, media, and/or design.
Nothing great in this world has ever been accomplished without this inspiration and passion. It’s in the lessons that we’ve learned to know when it’s coming from God and not just man.
Who Inspires You?
There are many who do lead the pack in this divine process of inspiring others. Their perseverance in never losing hope is by far above what seems to be the everyday norm.
It’s with this “motivation” that we can better thrive when the journey seemingly gets too hard to keep going.
I personally find Charles Stanley’s teachings to be inspiring. As a couple, I do love to hear what John and Lisa Bevere have to say. It’s with Lysa TerKeurst that I know, I can always find something to relate to. And just like with many other influencers, they’re always there to help us in moving forward.
Finding Our Inspiration In Him
I wrote an article not too long ago, Discovering The ‘Rightness’ In Life When We Find Our Rest In Him.
In this, I write, being human in nature, and in living by our own flesh, we do tend to judge people based on their status quo. We sometimes measure them by their importance in life, how many “likes” or “follows” they may have, or maybe by the position they carry: doctor, lawyer, etc…
Do we often enough consider helping someone, just for the sake of helping? Or what about loving someone, only for the sake of loving?
Being an influence in this world…
Jesus makes it possible for us to know our heavenly Father. And regardless of where we are in life, God will always offer us this greater intimacy with Him. He is our motivation, our inspiration, our eternal “All In All”!
In this season of renewal, I believe that the Lord has shown me there are many who are trying to “build it,” doing so, with their own hands. It’s when we learn to give it to God that we can let go of the “man-made” influences in our lives, and in finding this true inspiration in Him.
What the flesh tends to long for does take on a whole new perspective, as we soon become our “true-to-self” spiritual man. And as we begin to lead our new life, as a follower of Christ, we will have a more increased influence (in this world), helping to draw souls more near to Him.
Please consider joining us, as we support others, on their quest, for this much-needed hope in the world.