Friday, May 29, 2020

Great, Good Intentions For Better Life


Great intentions are the ultimate choice for making your life better. If you've bad intentions, it's a sign you're filled with greed, envy, detest, etc. You want all these damaging influences out of your life. Intentions are mighty. Intentions tell other people where our goals are heading. Intentions are the motive that helps us to accomplish our objectives.

To execute your intentions, you must possess a high degree of discipline otherwise you should remember that: the road to hell is paved with good intentions. That means, it is not enough to aim at something but you must hit the target. Aim and hit the target that is what successful planning and successful execution, is all about.

Your intention is very crucial in judging the quality of anything you do. To know whether your actions are good or evil, you need to analyze three things: first, your intentions, second the results or outcome of your actions, and third the circumstances where the actions took place. If you keep your good intention and act honestly, then you'll be in a very good position to do good deeds always.


To learn your intentions you have to put forth the effort. Occasionally you'll feel bad-tempered, and grit your teeth, yet as you continue to learn you'll see a light at the end of the tunnel. So what if some of your intentions are foul? Welcome to realism, humanity, and imperfection. Yet, you are able to change those foul intentions to great thoughts.

"If one individual commits unintentional sin, 

the guilty person must bring a one-year-old female goat for a sin offering. 

The priest will sacrifice it to purify the guilty person before the LORD and that person will be forgiven." 

Numbers 15:27-28, NLT. 

NB: The point in the above text is not on the kind of sacrifice to be offered in order to gain sin forgiveness, no, because we now know that our Lord Jesus Christ offered Himself as a sacrifice once and for all, but the mention of the above text lies in the fact that even un-intentional sin needs purification or reconciliation. It looks like, un-intentional evil, just like intentional evil, defiles you! So, you better be careful with your intentions of doing things. 

Now, let's see what the Scriptures have to say about the person who intends to do evil deliberately. 

"But those who brazenly violate the LORD's will, 

whether native-born Israelite or foreigner, 

have blasphemed the LORD and they must be cut off from the community. 

Since they have treated the LORD's word with contempt and deliberately disobeyed his command, 

they must be completely cut off and suffer the punishment for their guilt." 

Numbers 15:30-31, NLT. 


It always helps an individual to put down their intentions. When you put down your intentions on paper, it helps you to discover you. Many individuals don't like to write; all the same, if you keep a journal you are able to look back later to see your growth stage. It only takes a couple of minutes daily to jot down your feelings, thoughts, ideas, etc.


Discover you and what alternatives you have available. Pull up resources. As a matter of fact, build resources. Resources are the key that unlocks the doorways to success. Check your intentions. What is the ideal career for you? Pull up your assets and utilize them to your benefit. Do a job search to help you discover a new vocation that makes you happy. Always follow through with your plans. Never quit and demand results.


Take action by recording your particular needs and wants. Go over the inner pictures you develop and listen to the voices that tell you how you are able to better your personal life. Learn to train your conscious to live healthier. We have instincts inside us. Learn to restore your instincts and listen. Listening is the key to help you make your personal life better. 

"For the word of God is alive and powerful. 

It is sharper than the sharpest two-edged sword, cutting between soul and spirit, between joint and marrow. 

It exposes our innermost thoughts and desires. 

Nothing in all creation is hidden from God. 

Everything is naked and exposed before his eyes, and he is the only one we are accountable." 

Hebrews 4: 12-13, NLT.

Here's a video interview of Dr. Joe Dispenza explaining the intention, as it's to be clear to what you want. He went on to discuss many other things related to those experiences. Listen to him yourself to hear what he said.



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