Your purpose is calling. Someone is waiting on you to arrive and needs what God has deposited in your spirit.
“The greatest tragedy in life is not death, but a life without a purpose.” - Myles Munroe
Ladies, what if I told you that we only had one more year. One more year left to live our life to the fullest, make meaningful decisions and changes, and fulfill our God-given purpose. I’m wondering how would our perspective change and the type of immediate adjustments we would make if this was a reality.
Here is one reality we must quickly grasp… Time is running out. Jesus is coming back soon as the scriptures have prophesied. We need to be ready when He comes. It’s time to ready our spirits and renew our minds to be able to fulfill the high calling of God on our life. When I look at our world today and all that is happening, my spirit is grieved. I look at the seven pillars or mountains of society (i.e. government, media, arts and entertainment, religion, family, business and education) and see confusion, immorality and a great need for righteousness and truth to prevail.
How will it all change? Yes, prayer is important along with a host of other important factors that must be implemented. However, I believe one of the biggest factors is that we as believers must get in the mountain or pillar of society we are called to and climb to be a light and catalyst of change for God and His plan.
One of the biggest deceptions the enemy uses is that we have time… Time to play, time to eventually get to our purpose, time to stay a little longer in wrong relationships, time to live life our own way apart from God. I encourage you that now is your time…change now, start now, do it now.
Many of you may be familiar with this quote from Dr. Myles Munroe, “The greatest tragedy in life is not death, but a life without a purpose.” As women, we wear many hats…wife, mother, daughter, sister, cousin, friend, entrepreneur, confidant, mentor, leader, etc. Life can become fast paced for us as we try and have work-life balance.
There have been seasons in my life where I was awake in my bed in the middle of the night feeling overwhelmed with how I was going to get everything done that was on my plate. Over time, I have learned the value of resting in Him and taking time to reprioritize my life so that my calendar planning and daily tasks are reflective of accomplishing His purpose and assignment for my life. The Holy Spirit is our Helper, and I have learned the value of allowing Him to help me more and more during my day.
Your purpose is calling. Someone is waiting on you to arrive and needs what God has deposited in your spirit. There is a child, youth, family, city, nation, etc., waiting on you. Fulfilling your purpose is someone’s answer to prayer.