In every person’s life, one can relive the memories of when he or she almost died. Whether it was surviving an automobile accident or conquering an incurable illness, near-death experiences are moments in time that one can always go back to for reference in order to maintain a conquering state of mind in the future.
Near-death experiences within your life prove that you do have a specific purpose in life. You were designed to complete an assignment upon this earth before you die. If you do not have a purpose, then that previous near-death experience would have killed you. You have been preserved for this time and for this age. Making it through your previous near-death experiences should give you the impetus to fulfill your potential in life without fear.
The key is to use your time wisely so that you will be able to find out what you need to do. Keep your eyes and ears open for new opportunities that could possibly lead to your desired destination. Continue to do research on different topics in order to ignite your intuition.
Each and every person upon this earth has a specific span of time in which one lives. However, the time after a near-death experience is like an extension of your life. You should have finished your purpose up to the point of your near-death experience. Due to circumstances beyond your control and due to distractions, you were not able to reach your full potential. However, you were given a second chance to finish what you have started.
A perfect example of being inspired by near-death experiences was Paul the Apostle. When he was imprisoned by the Roman Empire, he was being transported from Asia Minor (now Turkey) to Rome by Roman guards during the 1st century A.D. by boat. The boat that he was on shipwrecked in the Mediterranean Sea. Everyone on that boat was able to survive, but they ended up stranded on the island of Malta before a new ship could arrive to take them to Rome. While they were waiting for the next boat, Paul was bitten by a poisonous viper. The people were waiting for the venom to take its course throughout his body, but the poison did not kill Paul. After these two near-death experiences in life, Paul went on to write two-thirds of what is now known as the New Testament.
Be a finisher and choose to endure to the end. Turn your previous setbacks into fuel for the future.