Live a Life full of Purpose
If I could ask you what makes you angry, joyful, excited or passionate, what would you say? Take note of when your emotions are moved; these times can be a sign of your God-given purpose. I get fired up about the godless condition of the world. When I hear about little children being abused, I get angry. When someone tells me a story about loyal love, I am deeply moved. An exquisite arrangement of words on a page fills my heart with passion. A story of someone’s heartbreak grieves me. Talking about Christ stirs me up.
Many people wrongly think, "Goal setting is unspiritual because it shows a lack of trust. It's not right to plan. Instead, people should wait for God to lead them.”
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People are afraid and don't trust that God is in control of their future and purpose; they demand to hear from Him. Granted, God can do anything, but my personal experience and the experiences of biblical saint’s reveals that God doesn't give all the details at once while we are fulfilling our purpose. Instead, He often provides just enough information to help us move forward one step at a time. This helps our faith grow.
"There's no doubt that God wants you to fulfill your purpose."
Discovering God and His purpose for your life is discovering His Word and you’ll never know His purpose for your life if you’re not reading God’s textbook written to mankind; the Holy Bible. Some people wander aimlessly in their Christian life not knowing what they should be doing for God or a way to find out if there is something specific that God has in mind. The better we know the will of God, the more likely we’ll find God’s given purpose for our life. When God is revealing bits and pieces of your purpose through the seasons of your life, remember that even if He has told you how you will ultimately serve Him, it doesn’t mean that the fulfillment of your purpose will happen in a straight line. /
Remember that fulfilling your God-given purpose is a journey, not a destination; it’s a process which includes preparation (which feel like pit stops) and delays (which feel like detours). But God is never in a hurry, He’s always in control and is completely able to get you where you need to go to complete in you what He started (Philippians 1:6). While God is unfolding your purpose, sometimes you may not only feel like you are wandering in circles, but you’ll also have to do some waiting—but that’s not a bad thing. There are few things more painful that waiting for God to reveal our purpose—especially if we wait without hope.