We were, and are, all called for a purpose.
Typically, most of us (myself included) tend to think of this call only as an action.
We are to go out & make disciples in all nations.
We miss the key point when it becomes about where we go and what we are doing.
We are not primarily called to DO SOMETHING or GO SOMEWHERE, we are called TO SOMEONE.
When Jesus spoke about what we were to do, He reminded us Who was to be with us to the end of the age: God.
If it becomes all about the action, we miss the heart behind it all.
The heart that loved us, everyone ever on this earth, so much He put on flesh, took up His cross & died for our freedom.
The hands that made all of humanity, painstakingly handcrafting each of us, in His image.
The mind that knows what each person is feeling.
The eyes that see everything, everywhere all the time.
The ears that hear the cries of His people, and the those crying out for justice & freedom.
The Living Word who inspired the bible, recording our interactions with the God over all.
We need to be spending time with Him, the One who made it all, gave it all and loves us all in order to live out our call.
Drawing close to Him is the number one priority to finding our what it is He created you to do.
Getting to know Him will reveal who He is, how He can equip you to the task at hand, and help you reflect Him to the world around you.
Our number one purpose, our call?
To worship Him.
To know Him.
To be known by Him.
To press in close to Him.
He isn’t stagnant.
He is constantly on the move.
Keeping watch over His flock, seen & yet unseen.
As we spend time in His Presence, we will see where He is wanting us to move, what He is wanting us to say, where He desires for us to go, how He wants us to help.
Staying close to the God over all will reveal more of His character and His loves.
The more time we spend with Him, the more we will become like Him.
Poured out for the purpose for which we were called, just like Jesus.
Jesus didn’t compromise time with His Father in getting all He was to do done. When He died on the cross, up to that moment – everything He was to have completed was finished.
And God was with Him, as He sought hard after God in prayer and presence even though the crowds pressed in, even though He had a long hard road to travel.
Not sure what you were called for?
First and foremost, as a worshiper.
In His Presence, all the rest will fall into place.
You will fulfill your purpose when the One who called you speaks the way.
Tuning in to the right frequency is required.&n The closer you come, the clearer the reception.
We were not called primarily to action, but His Presence.