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Living Purposefully?

We all have one common purpose in life after receiving our salvation which is to win souls for Christ Acts 10:42. The way to get this done, The How? Is what differentiates each one of us. “We are all called By God to fulfill kingdom purpose on earth however, we are all different through our likes, desires, triggers, geographical locations etc.”

We know what we ought to do but the question we are often most plagued with is how we achieve The What?-Purpose!

In 2020 and beyond, we must live purposefully and be intentional about our relationship with God. What is that thing that has repeatedly nudged your heart but because of FEAR of the unknown and care about opinion of others you have not acted on it? Who do you have as an accountability partner and in your circle of friends? Do they challenge you to grow, inspire you or do they inhibit your growth?

Reassess that and apply wisdom, taking the necessary steps to keep a circle of Godly and healthy relationships. Rise above that spirit of fear because God has not given you a spirit of fear but of sound mind and boldness. Execute that idea and trust God to guide you as you step out in faith. Remember, we see and know in parts but our duty is to obey because therein lies our breakthrough. If God showed us the entire blueprint then, there will be no need to depend on him. So, we walk by faith; knowing that our obedience is a catalyst for growth and will spur God into action leading us in the path to follow and ultimately fulfilling his purpose.

I’ll like to share a few examples of men who lived by faith as described in the Bible. Abraham walked by faith and obeyed the instructions given to him by God and he obtained the promise as the father of many nations (Genesis 17:1-4, Romans 4:13). Gideon was chosen by God but didn’t feel equipped to fulfill his task (Judges 6:12-4, 7:13-15). However, God was intent on his purpose and gave him a slight purview to the heart of the people he had sent him up against; and it was only after that he boldly went in against them and overcame as God had promised. 

God is intent on his purpose that if he calls and appoints you, he will see you through to the very end but because he is also a God that changes not and his plans cannot be thwarted. If you choose not to heed to that call he will find a willing vessel to use. I know I want to do my Fathers will always and by his special grace I will always be available to answer to whatever he calls me to do and when he returns receive that crown of righteousness. My question for you is -Are you willing and ready?

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