Purpose in Life!

When I was younger I never thought about my life. I wanted to be with friends, have fun and do my own thing. As a teenager it was all about me and being carefree.

In my late teens, I lost family members, and realized life on earth is not forever. I did not know God, and I started questioning why I was here and where I was going? What is my purpose?

I sometimes hear people say, “my purpose is going to work, come home, and do it all over again.” Where is God in that? Where is the purpose? Read the Bible. Participate in a church group. Find the JOY, to know God’s will.

There are a lot of people who do not feel as if they have a purpose. I want to say to those people, you do have a purpose and you have a direction.

β€œThe Lord will vindicate me; your love, Lord, endured forever-do not abandon the works of your hands”

(Psalms 138:8)

Our purpose in life is to know God, know that Jesus died for each of us, repent from our sins to follow Jesus, and disciple by spreading the gospel.

Our purpose is to touch the lives of others around us. God uses people who know and obey Him.

Jesus was the promised Messiah. He is the light of the world. Do not reject the light. Jesus gave us a purpose to live. People reject God because they love their sin. And in their rejection their hearts will harden.

When our final chapter is near, we should know that how we lived had a purpose. Being a Christian is being a child of God and knowing His purpose for us. Christ came and died for us. Let us worship, glorify and praise God.

“You are worthy, our Lord and God, to receive glory and honor and power, for you created all things, and by your will they were created and have their being.” (Revelation 4:11)

Give others the message of hope, love, and your testimony of Gods grace. Having a relationship with God is having faith through Jesus, our Lord and Savior. The only one who gives life. Are you abiding in Christ? That’s purpose!

Stay safe, stay healthy and God Bless πŸ’•

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