What do you intend to write? They make no sense as written above.
You might want to invest in a kanji dictionary if you plan to do this regularly, but always check with a Japanese native, too.
Besides, kanji characters can have more than one meaning. ---------- Post added at 11:11 ---------- Previous post was at 10:19 ---------- Here's what I can come up with in a rush as an example (in order from your picture).
chase; drive away; follow; pursue; meanwhile
love; affection; favourite
power; strength; strong; strain; bear up; exert
fate; command; decree; destiny; life; appoint
Thanks for taking the time to reply Glenski. The characters were just meant to be single words, not really a sentence. I've simply just excluded the ones that you weren't able to understand. The rest of the kanji are what I need them to be. Again, thanks!