Today’s Recommended Video: I Will Never Be The Same Again (Hillsong) ……
Do you know why on earth are you here? What is the purpose of your existence? What is the meaning of your life? When a person discovers the reason for his or her existence, that person lives with passion and purpose. They look forward to each new day with zest. They have spark in their eyes and there is conviction in their speech. They go to bed feeling content, looking forward to another day of great adventure! Jesus was like that. After He had spent an extended time in communion with the Father, He arose with fresh wind and fresh fire, ready to continue in His mission. And He said to His disciples, “let us go somewhere else to the nearby villages so that I can preach there also; that is why I have come!” (Mk.1:38) THAT IS WHY I HAVE COME! Those are amazing words, aren’t they?! When a man or a woman is be able to say that today, “that is why I have come!”, that man or woman has found something worth dying for. And when you have found something worth dying for, you have found something worth living for! Everyone was created unique and we each have a unique set of gifts to fulfill a different purpose. What we must do is to discover God’s purpose for our lives and then live to fulfill it! When we do that, we will experience the greatest satisfaction and God gets the greatest glory! The fleeting moments of happiness we get occasionally from a hobby, an activity or a work cannot compare with the joy and satisfaction of fulfilling our life call. When we become all that we have been created to be, the joy we have is unspeakable! So what is your call? What is God’s destiny and purpose for your life? I believe God’s call for my life is to preach the gospel and to build up His church. As you walk with the Lord today, take time to discover God’s divine destiny for your life and then live to fulfill it! Have a great day!
Today’s Bible Text: Jesus replied, “Let us go somewhere else – to the nearby villages – so that I can preach there also. That is why I have come.” (Mk.1:38)
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