At first, we have looked three questions of pupose. To fulfill your purpose here on earth and to live on the best side of life, you need to constantly ask yourself positive questions. No one can make your life better than what you do to make your own life better. The first question is “Am I Committed to Personal Growth?” and the second question is “Am I Enjoying What I Do?“. The third question is Am I willing to serve others“? You should read them if you haven’t.
The fourth question is, Are you really doing what you were called to do? In case you are wondering what the question means. Let me try and explain it to you. You are here on earth for a purpose. God wouldn’t have wasted His resources to create you in your mother’s womb if He has no reasons for your existence. You are made a human and not a plant or an animal. That’s because your humanity matters a lot. Your purpose here is what you were called to do. Do you know it? Are you doing it?
We have different gifts according to the grace (God) gave us – Rom 12:6 NIV. Someone once said that almost every man wastes part of his life in attempts to display qualities which he does not posses in order to gain applause which he cannot keep. If you are harbouring a mental image of the qualities talented people are supposed to have and you don’t posses, you;ll have a hard time finding your true strengths.
To succeed in life, you must know and do what God has given you to do. To fulfill your God-given purpose, you need to take quality time out to find out what you are called to do and then do them. Everyone is accountable to God based on what He calls each one to do. My desire is that you will go from here to find out and do what God really called you to do here on earth. That’s your assignment and you need to do it successfully.
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