Discipline is never enough.

Champions are unmistakable because they are not motivated by trophies, belts, accolades or money but by a deep love that compels them to make radical choices marked by sacrifice, risk, humility and excellence. They are passionate people who are disciplined. They have realised that discipline on its own is never enough.

We are drawn to passionate people because there is something within us that knows we are meant to give our lives for something greater than ourselves and passionate love is the only force strong enough to drive us
beyond ease and into sacrifice. Discipline is never enough.

When you first fall in love with another person, you are on fire for them, you are consumed by them and life those days full of passion. Yet as the days turn into weeks and into months this fire seems to burn out. Remember love is a choice, not just a feeling. You do not wake up every morning, look at your wife and say “today I choose to love you”, no, it’s your passion for that drives you to fulfil that promise you made to spend the rest of your life with her.

It is the same in our relationship with God. In the beginning we are on fire for Him, we are praying as much as we can, reading  the bible, your witnessing to people, you’re out evangelising and as in marriage the flames seem to die out…


Nevertheless I have this against you, that you have left your first love. Remember therefore from where
you have fallen; repent and do the first works, or else I will come to you quickly and remove your lamp stand from its place—unless you repent…..rev 2:4-5

If you are in that place where you are performing out of duty, then it is time to re-ignite your passion and get back to how you were atthe start of your relationship with God. Let God’s love stimulate ours to the
point where passion comes naturally to us and we “abide in His love”

where is your passion?

Published by Ross B

Hello There, I am Ross aka "The Punching Pastor" (i know its a long story, but feel free to message me for it). So, Welcome to my blog. I’m a Pastor, Chef, Coach and Missionary. Serving the hungry in Kenya, Cambodia & Laos bringing hope through practical and spiritual aid by: • Giving basic shelter to orphans/street kids • Giving basic education to the children • Getting young girls off the streets, out of prostitution and back to school • Teach families nutrition and hygiene • Those with HIV/AIDS & their families receive at home care • Provide single mothers & widows with microloans to start small businesses • Educate community members about the devious methods of traffickers

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