Archive for October, 2011

Truly Better Than This…..

Posted: October 2, 2011 in Uncategorized

Finally, I am back here…Finally, a little peace and quiet. Finally, a chance to write. Just some thoughts.

As I have been working and being a taxi, the Lord has been working on me with something. He is drilling to me that I am truly better than my current state. I AM TRULY BETTER THAN THIS! This was a piece of information that I thought I had already knew, but what I am finding out, I didn’t know as much as I thought. I have accepted mediocrity in all aspects of my life. I have accepted the path of least resistance. I have accepted complacency. I have accepted the garbage that has been told to me that my drive to be better is “obsessive.” I have accepted who I am not….A fat, lazy slob.
I am more than a glorified taxi cab.
I am more than a wallet.
I am more that a food disposer.
I am more than a being that takes up space.
I am more than a corporate worker.
I am more than a I.T. Support guy.
I am more than a jack of all trades, master of none.
I am more than a DJ.
I am more that this….
In the journey of God’s destiny for me, I have to accept the fact that I am more than the human expectation. I have to work to meet GOD’s expectations for me. This doesn’t give me the license to act and think like I am better than someone else. But this does give me the license and power to go after that destiny God has for me; with the vigor and fervor that the Holy Spirit will provide. Letting go is a great thing as long as you let go of those things that are truly needed to be removed. I have deleted critical files from my system, which in turn has crippled me. The Lord has been slowly bring me full circle. I thank Him for it too. It is truly time for my beast mode to be activated in all aspects of my life. I am a aggressive person by nature. Somewhere, I let that go….When I did, I hampered me. I changed the way God wired me. I mess with systems that didn’t need messing with. In turn, it takes so long to fix it…I thank God that He is making the repairs. I need to stick with computers.