What is Relentless Pursuit?
The ultimate reason I created this blog was to shine a light in a dark place by encouraging others, and myself as well, to relentlessly pursue the things in life that matter most: God, Goals, and Purpose. If you are like me, at some point in life you have lost your way, forgotten who you were created to be, or been knocked down to the point where you felt you might as well give up. Regardless of the circumstance you may be facing, take hope in knowing that this too is only temporary.
Though I’ve been a believer since I was a child, it wasn’t until life showed up that I began to build a relationship with Jesus, and seek Him with the little I had left in me. I often wondered about this love I would hear others I followed minister about, that brought them a joy that I didn’t understand. After all, the place I found myself in, I didn’t see how I could ever have this joy that they described. The awesome thing about God is that you don’t have to understand everything about Him because He will meet you in whatever state you are currently located. All we have to do is seek Him and He will find and lead us to a better understanding of Him.
So in a broken place I began to relentlessly pursue the God I grew up believing, so that I could know Him for myself. In this quest, I began to understand my worth and learn of a love that is greater than anything I had ever experienced. I found the love of God and realized it was Him that held me up when I was too weak to stand. The more I sought Him, the more He made Himself real to me. Purpose was found and goals were set all because I gave up my agenda to surrender to God’s plan. Now here I am giving the very thing I needed, in hope that at the end of the day, God will receive the glory.
Thank you for reading and I hope you will follow me throughout this journey.
In Relentless Pursuit,
“Therefore, my dear brothers and sisters, stand firm. Let nothing move you. Always give yourselves fully to the work of the Lord, because you know that your labor in the Lord is not in vain.” (1 Corinthians 15:58 NIV)