Lifes Construction


We are each a work in progress.  Our futures are determined by the quality of the products with which we build our lives.  I see all to often the heartache that comes from allowing inferior building blocks to be used in the construction of our lives.  While this world spirals out of control with an eat drink and be merry attitude we are reaping the outcome of such behavior and the resulting inferior product which could be achieved.

This attitude creates a dynamic within ourselves that destroys our own futures as we fill our minds with a false methodology for happiness and success.  Success and happiness cannot be realized with this mantra.  Any structure built to last will have undoubtedly utilize the highest quality materials.  If we built structures with and eat drink and be merry attitude, the structures would fail as they would be rapidly built with sub par products and poor craftsmanship.  We are doing this to our own lives as we look no further to the future than today.

As we put into our lives, quality products from education, morals, character and discipline, with a focus on building something that will stand the test of time, we will surely find more happiness, peace and joy. The strength that comes from the quality we value in our lives will chase away the inferior design and building which society is currently prone to accept as the norm. 

More and more lives will continue to degenerate as we continue to use corrupt, weak and worthless materials to build our own futures.  Those whom survive and remain standing will either build originally with the aforementioned quality, or will undergo a total renovation, often painful, of their lives to replace the corrupt principles with ones we are each worthy to possess.

4 thoughts on “Lifes Construction

  1. It’s easy to get sucked into the belief that our “wood, hay, and stubble” constructs on a foundation of sand will stand the tests of time and storms. We must build on a solid foundation – Jesus Christ – and use nails of love to put the thing together. Combined with a roof of grace, and a door of mercy, we’re set for anything that comes our way!

    Thanks for following Lessons by Heart. 🙂

    Praising Jesus – who is my Rock!


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