Almost five months after attending this training seminar, I still haven't opened my gift, a rolled up piece of paper tied with a skinny green ribbon. Curiosity and a desire to clear my coffee table eventually got the better of me and this happened.........right inside is this
read the following speech from
MARTIN LUTHER KING JR.
I want to ask you a question, and that is: What is your life's blueprint?
Whenever a building is constructed, you usually have an architect who draws a blueprint, and that blueprint serves as the pattern, as the guide, and a building is not well erected without a good, solid blueprint.
Now each of you is in the process of building the structure of your lives, and the question is whether you have a proper, a solid and a sound blueprint.
I want to suggest some of the things that should begin your life's blueprint. Number one in your life's blueprint, should be a deep belief in your own dignity, your worth and your own somebodiness. Don't allow anybody to make you fell that you're nobody. Always feel that you count. Always feel that you have worth, and always feel that your life has ultimate significance.
Secondly, in your life's blueprint you must have as the basic principle the determination to achieve excellence in your various fields of endeavour. You're going to be deciding as the days, as the years unfold what you will do in life — what your life's work will be. Set out to do it well.
Martin Luther King. Jr. speech to students as Barrat Junior High School in Philadelphia October 26. 1967.
I am gobsmacked and this has left me fuelled up with word, heart and soul and I want to link it with some scriptures
[John 8:36] So if the Son liberates you, then you are really and unquestionably free. Please stay with me here....reading from Joyce Meyer, New day, new you devotion
We believers are like ships that God wants to turn out to sea to sail wherever the wind and waves carry us. That sea represents the freedom we have in God, and the wind is a symbol of the Holy Spirit. But as new believers, or maturing ones, we are tied to the dock because that is the only place we can avoid becoming shipwrecked until we learn how to follow Him. When we learn to follow those inner promptings of the Holy Spirit, we can be untied from the dock and sail the seas of life under His leadership without the fear of becoming lost.
On a high between cloud nine and infinity, it is wonderful to know that my life is anchored in Christ led by the Holy Spirit, my life's blueprint. When you live in Christ truthfully, you will be liberated to value yourself, understand your worth, beautifully and wonderfully made, destined for a purpose.
What is your life blueprint?
I write from a place of peace.
Beautiful Beloved BelievedIn