Rightful Pursuit

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WELCOME BACK. The scripture says:… David inquired of the Lord, saying, ‘Shall I pursue this troop? Shall I overtake them?’ The Lord answered him, Pursue, for you shall surely overtake them and without fail recover all…. Rightful pursuit is one of the greatest secret of success in life and destiny. It’s a master key that unlocks life possibilities. There is only one way to prove your faith and dreams and only one way to transform them into reality, it is by rightful  pursuit. The best thing you can do in life is to find a dream worth chasing, it increase your acceleration and unleashed overwhelming results. You are not truly free until you actively pursue and have been made captive by your supreme mission in life. Success start with a dream that seems impossible, but when that dream is rightfully pursued and worked, it gradually comes true over time. Nothing worthwhile happen overnight. The way to success goes uphill and  it is the most reason why you don’t expect to break any speed record. Success takes time. 

Those who succeed are always motivated by dynamic pursuit. A lazy person is know by what he doesn’t pursue. When a person make a decision to pursue, the facts doesn’t count, the  past doesn’t count. The only thing that matters is the decision to pursue. So, the choice of rightfully pursuing is a defining moment in your life. Nothing brings joy in the heart of a father when he sees his son pursuing his purpose in life. From the scripture above David inquired of the Lord and God said pursue, overtake and recover all. What does it mean? It means to proceed along or continue with a specified course of action, to strive for, it also means to catch up with or regain from something unusable, something valuable. You see, David found himself overtaken the Amalekites and defeated them. In desperation he went to his Father in prayer for encouragement and strength to enable him make a rightful pursuit and decision. You need to take this wisdom and apply it directly to your daily agenda. Denis Waitley said: “As long as we are persistence in our pursuit of our deepest destiny, we will continue to grow. We cannot choose the day or time when we will fully bloom. It happens in its own time”. 

Thank you for reading to this end, see you again on Monday morning for another interesting and soul uplifting spiritual and universal principles. Don’t miss it. Make your comment below or visit our site @ http://www.wizzymedpower.com to ‘share” or “like”  this post. 

You will succeed! 

Israel Onyije 
Success Christian Coach 
Wizzymed Power International  

5 thoughts on “Rightful Pursuit

    @vapor_sage said:
    July 24, 2017 at 6:04 am

    I needed this, Remind me when you read my book that you initiated the impetus with this post


    His Perfect Timing said:
    July 29, 2017 at 7:18 pm



    I wish it really was that easy in real life. My point is that in order to achieve some goals, there are a lot of supportive or obstructing factors. It always depends. One can be the best ever and, if they are not in the right circles or if they do not scream loud enough to be heard better than competition, we cannot talk about a success. To get where one wants takes lots of money.
    Plus, what even is a success? I think it’s defined by most people as making plenty of money, being celebrity or famous and having the influential power. These are actually the wrong reasons to succeed. Yet, ask any girl who tries to sing or act, or similar, they all want exactly that. Anybody would love to be some Zuckerberg even though not everybody would want his guilty consciousness.
    Look how people who believe they have succeeded imagine they have no rules to follow and that’s what most young people want. To be so big that nobody can anyhow affect, restrict or upset you. Success is actually so multifaceted that I dare to say it cannot be narrowed down so much that it became possible to advise what it exactly it is (It is different for every single person) and how to pursue it.
    I really need a boost at the moment. 3 years not being able to work results in disasters.


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