How many different ways does someone have to tell you what you what you already know? How difficult is it to really stand in your purpose so that you can get to your destiny?
Passion + Purpose = Destiny
There is a wall. It is mental. I am reminded of the scripture in Romans 7 “the spirit is willing bu the flesh is weak…” Weak to the invisible wounds that I won’t allow to heal. Allowing myself to be trapped in it because it acts as a shield again pain, hurt and disappointment. Bishop T.D. Jakes said it best in his book ” Your Mind may guide you in what you do, but your heart affirms your passion for doing it, and that leads you to resolve the way of your life…As you stand back from yourself and see the push of instincts welded with the pull of purpose that leads you into destiny, you will know the events and circumstances in your life equate to more than just coincidences or mere facts. The coming together of all of these events and connections, some seemingly random, are the results of divine orchestration to empower to accomplish what God has placed in you.” Destiny: Stepping into your Purpose by Bishop T.D. Jakes. Like I said, its mental. I had to chuckle at this passage because, the day before writing this blog, I was sitting in the laundromat, minding my own business, and this woman, randomly (lol) struck up a conversation, about DVD’s that led to the sharing of her failed marriage and confessions of adultery. I chuckle because of the weekend prior to that encounter, a woman whispered in my ear “Women need to hear our voice…”
I have a story, deeply rooted in childhood experiences, distorted by my childhood views and adult point view. Experiences that served as the pieces of fabric woven together to create the “veil” I am so desperately wanting to tear.
If only I could see past the confetti…to see who God has purposed me to be…
Tear The Veil. Inc.