Saturday, December 31, 2011

Sit back and enjoy the ride!!

A friend and I are conversing about God’s action and revelations
in our lives, and the amazing blessing for all who open their heart, mind, and soul to Christ Jesus. The Godly friend writes:

I think it’s such a blessing when He allows us to see Him working. We don’t always get to see it…whether He isn’t ready to reveal what He’s doing, or whether we’re so caught up in our own stuff that we are blind to it….it’s awesome when we do get to see. Sit back and enjoy the ride!!

“Sit back and enjoy the ride‼” Multiple layers of wisdom exist in this advise‼ Below are a few of ideas. I invite you to make a list of additional insights you observe in this statement.

  1. Sit back

a. How true, attempting to row upstream against God is idiotic
b. Sitting back is body language exuding confidence – Faith is confidence in the Lord
c. Careabout others
d. Anticipate needs of others and yourself
e. Observe
f. Think
g. Converse
h. Be Authentic
i. Laugh
j. Extinguish flaming arrows with Faith (Ephesians 6:16)

2. And

a. A connective conjunction
b. Includes both the preceding and following commands

3. Enjoy

a. When God is the captain, we should enjoy the journey
b. 1 Thessalonians says being Joyful in all things is part of God’s Will for us in Christ Jesus
c. Observation often yields enjoyment
d. Joy is often missed from selfishness and worry. i.e. Lack of Love and Faith
e. Life is short, make the most of it
f. Create memories we eagerly to recall and share
g. Godly enjoyment yields attraction in all facets

4. The

a. Specifies THIS Ride
b. Illustrates the intentionality of the Ride, as opposed to a random Ride
c. The specific focus of the statement is to be duplicated in our lives.

5. Ride

a. Life is an adventure
b. Life is moving forward
c. God is moving us forward, although the scenery at times lacks variance
d. Rides are often shared with others; life is composed of relationships of varying levels.
e. God is the vehicle
f. We are to climb aboard, Trusting His driving
g. Be Joyful, Thankful, and Praiseful of YOUR vehicle chosen for you by Him.

God the Father, Jesus Christ His Son and the Holy Spirit, the Creator of all; knew you before He formed you in womb (Jeremiah 1:5), and has
amazing plans for your life.

Open your heart, mind and soul to God, trusting in Him with confessing
and repenting your sins; denouncing selfishness, greed, envy, lust, doubt and all sin in your life. Pray to and listen for God’s voice in your life.

Trust God in 2012: Sit back and enjoy the ride!!

See Christ, Believe Christ, Achieve with Christ!


Rick E. Meyer
The Life and Soul Agronomist
See, Believe, Achieve Inc.
(402) 984-1586 (cell)

Thursday, December 22, 2011

Truth and Resolutions

Truth, desire, vision and love are parameters of greatness. Encouraging, or rebuking, those lacking these is like sorting cattle without a fence.

See Christ, Believe Christ and Achieve with Christ!

Rick E. Meyer
The Life and Soul Agronomist
See, Believe, Achieve Inc.

Sunday, December 4, 2011

Grateful = Greatfull

Grateful precedes and yields Greatfull.

Greatness begins with Gratitude!

Gratitude responds with faith, belief, action and achievement. Conversely, Proverbs states, "The complacency of fools will destroy them.

Expounded thoughts of this topic are published later this evening.

See Christ, Believe Christ, Achieve with Christ!

Rick E. Meyer
The Life and Soul Agronomist
See, Believe, Achieve Inc.

Thursday, December 1, 2011

Heart Knowledge

Have you pondered a runner’s internal monitors of effort?

Coach Lyle Claussen during the 1990s lists the University of Nebraska-Kearney men’s cross country team weekly workouts on the bulleting in the hall way of the physical education building.

Adjacent to mileage, Lyle writes “easy,” “moderate,” or “hard,” whether morning or afternoon. Lyle provided my marathon training regimen in similar format.

Are you pondering how UNK runners’ and I discern “easy,” “moderate” and “hard”? Effort defines these relative terms; additionally conditioning and pace substantially correlate with these relative definitions. Previous workouts and mileage along with other factors contribute as well.

Logging vast mileage fine tunes and synchronizes the runner’s heart and mind. We discern our heart rate of 120 (easy), 150 (moderate) or 180+ (hard) beats per minute. Time and mileage enable monitoring; focus synthesizes data.

Focus synchronizes heart and mind!

In the late 1990s, a few runners began wearing heart rate monitors. Upon moving to Dallas August 2011, cognizance displays numerous runners wearing heart rate monitors. Why are an abundance of people, runners, unable to discern their heart rate?

Is our technologically dependent, fast paced world, fracturing our heart-mind synchronization?

Does this same phenomenon facture our discernment of the Holy Spirit in their lives? The NIV Bible uses “heart” or “hearts” roughly eighty times. If we are to “set your heart on things above,...” (Colossians 3:1), along with discerning those things God writes on our hearts (2 Corinthians 3), we are to “dwell in your heart through faith” does are heart-mind synchronization need fine tuning?

Focus synchronizes heart and mind in Christ.

Are you focusing on your relationship with Jesus Christ and the Holy Spirit? Are you focusing on the pure word of God, who is Jesus Christ? Are you focusing on synchronizing your mind with God’s will written on your heart?

When my mind-heart synchronization is near perfection, I am in full tune of my body, soul and mind, as well as those around me.

The focus is on the Holy Spirit!

A Holy Spirit focus and resulting synchronization with our mind, produces thoughts, actions and words from and correlating directly to scripture, God’s pure word.

Focus on your Holy Spirit filled heart and mind!

See Christ, Believe Christ, Achieve with Christ!

Rick E. Meyer
The Life and Soul Agronomist
See, Believe, Achieve Inc.