This is part 2 of 3 of the miniseries, B.R.E.A.D. If you’re not completely sure what I’m talking about, scroll down and read part 1, all will be revealed.
Read Part one? Understand about being Revolutionary?
Then I predict you know what’s coming in this article. Being Ebullient.
If you describe someone as being Ebullient, you mean that they are lively and full of enthusiasm or excitement about something.
Being Revolutionary is about starting a fire, being Ebullient is about being happy, excited, enthusiastic, cherpy, lively. Get it?
When you plant a seed for a tree, the tree doesn’t come straight away, you need to keep watering and investing into it.
It’s like this with starting a revolution.
You plant the seed of revolution, but it wont come straight away, you need to water it. Water it with ebullience.
‘The Lord has done great things for us, and we are filled with joy’ – Psalm 126:3
How can you not be Ebullient? When God has done so many great things for you. He gave you life, he gave his son, he gave you salvation, he constantly forgives you, he protects you, he heals you, he helps you… and the list goes on and on and on.
You’ve got to be happy once you’ve realized what God has done for you!
Just sit for a minute after reading this and just think of all the doors God has opened for you, all the things he has dealt with all the ways he has helped you or helped you achieve something. I bet you can’t think of them all. God is Good.
The best way to Raise the faith is stick to B.R.E.A.D. And one of those things is being ebullient, be happy.
Even if things aren’t going your way, God has put the problem there for a reason. He won’t forsake you, so stop trying to figure out why something’s going wrong. God loves you and that’s it, just trust him.
Also, when you’re happy and enthusiastic about starting a revolution, it seems a lot easier to achieve. When you’re sad and miserable, you don’t really want to do anything, you feel sluggish.
But try to change that attitude, try to see the brighter side of life – because there is one!
Happiness = Happiness.
Sadness = Sadness.
Understand? If you’re happy towards things, in the long run, you will be happy. And vice versa, if you’re sad and you don’t want to do things, you’ll be sad with what yourself. Trust me, I’ve been there myself.
I hope this has helped.
Part 3 will be up here on Saturday. Make sure you give it a read!
Again, if you’ve liked/disliked anything you’ve read feel free to comment. I love to read people’s thoughts and opinions.