What would your life look like without limits? Is the sky the limit for you? How can you take your life to the next level?
Since 1997, there has been a unique phenomenon surrounding the word, “LIVESTRONG.” Lance Armstrong coined it after he was diagnosed with testicular cancer. He created this expression to help and support fellow cancer survivors and their families through and beyond their cancer diagnosis.
We know the controversy surrounding Lance Armstrong and his cycling career, but that another topic for another day. The phrase “LIVESTRONG” is not only a brilliant phrase, but also it should be a way of life.
To live means to conduct or maintain one’s life.
Before we live strong we have to first live. My question to you would be, are you living? Are you conducting and maintaining your life?
The best way to live strong is to lean on someone greater than you. We all have been in a position or situation when we needed help from someone who possessed more knowledge, skill, etc. You shouldn’t just find anybody. My strength to live lies in God.
Depend on the LORD and His strength; always go to Him for help. Remember the miracles He has done; remember His wonders and His decisions. - Psalm 105:4-5
Believe it or not, God wants us to live strong. We will live strong when we are able to remember the miracles, wonders, and promises of God. And living strong naturally allows us to lead strong.
How do we live and lead strong?
The key to living and leading with the extraordinary strength of God is in the phrase, “Less of me and more of Him.”
Many times we get in the way of God’s power. He is strong and powerful enough to do what He wants with our lives, but we must give Him permission. Too many times we want the best things in life, but we sometimes have a difficulty time consulting and letting God have control. This doesn’t mean we don’t prepare and plan, but it does mean we should put God in our preparation and planning.
What we want out of life may not come in our timing, but trust in the strength of the LORD. He never fails to provide and His strength is more than capable of allowing us to live and lead with extraordinary strength.
Do you need extraordinary strength? If so, in areas of your life do you need extraordinary strength? If no, how are you currently living and leading with extraordinary strength? I want to hear your voice. Leave a comment below or you can message me on Facebook or Twitter.
Peace and Prosperity,
Bryant Hall, Sr.
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