It’s February. Are you ready to live inspired? Are you ready to live inspired in life and love? What does an inspired love relationship look like? It’s filled with gladness, joy and grace. Do you delight in those you love? Be intentional about delighting in them more. You’ll be glad you did!
Delighting in those you love is especially fitting for romantic relationships. Taking time to delight in those you love can also make a positive, meaningful, life-giving difference in the lives of many precious people in your life as well, including your friends, family, children, siblings, and even people you interact with daily.
Show some love to your cashiers, co-workers and the everyday people in your life by encouraging them, telling them you appreciate them, and thinking more on what you enjoy about them and less about what stresses or discourages you.
Do this and you will live inspired in life and love!
Do you long for more peace and love in your life? So do I! Here’s a Mandy Message for you today on seeing more sanctuary in your life. In it, I share challenges and insight on how to live inspired in the midst of life’s challenges. We can live inspired in every area of our lives. It’s a process and a journey. Live inspired!
Are you ready to live inspired? What would your life look like if you could overcome challenges and acquire more peace, love and joy – personally and professionally? Let’s take the journey together! To live inspired is to truly live!
To live beautifully, we must learn to think beautifully. “Whatever is true, noble, right, pure, lovely, admirable – if anything is excellent or praiseworthy – think about such things.” This is an invitation to our minds and hearts to live beautifully in the mind of Christ. Letting His beautiful thought-life shine in you and through you and you will find a beauty that becomes a respite for your soul because doing so will bring you something even better than beauty itself: peace. For the message of Philippians 4:8-9 goes on to say, “Whatever you have learned or received or heard from me, or seen in me—put it into practice. And the God of peace will be with you.”