Passionate people are passionate in the boardroom, in the bedroom, in the prayer room and in every day life.
God loves passionate people!!!
They are born that way, God made them, us, me, that way.
(If you are easily offended, you should probably stop reading at this point.)
When God created man and then the woman He said, “The man shall cleave to his wife; and they shall become one flesh.”
If you can not figure that out, then there are multiple books at most book stores that can assist you.
People were created to worship God, take dominion and pro-create.
Find a new sense of passion for your life, so that God might channel it and use your passion for life toward his purposes.
Passion is contagious.
Where to start?
I always like to start with literature.
The ancient writers and orators.
Now they knew how to make a story come to life.
Take some of the following phrases and work them into a note or conversation and see if your husband or wife, or special person in your life notices.
Trust me, they will.
“May he kiss me with the kisses of his mouth.”
“Let his left hand be under her head, and his right hand embrace me.”
“On my bed night after night I sought him whom my soul loves.”
Whom my soul loves, I love that line.
“You have made my heart beat faster with a single glance of your eyes.”
“His mouth is full of sweetness, and he is wholly desirable.”
Here are some key words to work in as well.
Men take note.
“How beautiful are your feet, the curves of your hips, the work of your hands, your navel, your belly, your breasts, your neck, your eyes and the fragrance of your breath.”
Wow, just wow.
Passion for life.
Oh, just in case you want more examples, the work of literature, I took these phrases from is an old, old classic.
Known throughout the world today.
You can find it anywhere.
Now, more than ever.
The phrases are from the Bible, the Holy Word of God, specifically the Song of Solomon.
In fact, Song of Solomon is so racy if you will, that during the Middle Ages, before the invention of the printing press, monks used to fight to be the one to copy this specific book for each handwritten manuscript.
Stir up your passion.
If you have none, ask God to give you a renewed passion for life.
God would rather channel an overtly passionate person for His work and for His glory, than try to constantly inspire one without passion to action.
Passionate people bring with them hope, and hope, is so desperately needed.
And to those passionate people out there who long to use their passion for good and for God, of which I am one of those, God knows our heart and will use our passion for life, and in life, for His purposes.