We all have a choice to either discover and embrace God’s purpose for our lives, or to live for ourselves, and miss out on our destiny in Christ.
- Am I Willing to Discover, Embrace and Cooperate with God’s Purpose for My Life?
Ephesians 2:10, NIV — For we are God’s workmanship, created in Christ Jesus to do good works, which God prepared in advance for us to do.
God created us for a purpose, and then prepared in advance good works for us to accomplish for Him. But will we choose to do them?
- Am I Willing to Reject God’s Purpose and Miss Out On My Destiny?
Luke 7:30, NIV – But the Pharisees and experts in the law rejected God’s purpose for themselves ….
The Pharisees and experts of the law rejected God’s purpose for them. And they completely missed God’s incredible plan for their lives.
- Am I Prepared To Come To the End of My Life and Stand Before God and Have to Make a Tragic Confession
Isaiah 49:4, NIV – “… I have labored to no purpose. I have spent my strength in vain and for nothing. …”
What a statement! I have indeed laboured, but I have laboured to no purpose. My work and sacrifice and struggle were pointless, because I did not embrace God’s purpose for my life.
- Do I Desire To Come To The End Of My Life, And Have God Make A Good Declaration Over Me?
Acts 13:36, NIV – For when David had served God’s purpose in his own generation, he fell asleep …
David didn’t try to convince people that He had accomplished God’s purpose for His life. God Himself declared that David had served God’s purpose for His own generation, and when his purpose was fulfilled, then and only then did he die.
Let’s discover God’s purpose for our lives, so that the declaration over our life, can be the same as that for King David.
Through the two seminars “Discovering Your Purpose”, Part I and Part II, you are going to be given the tools you need to discover what is your purpose in life, what path you need to be on, and how to get to where you need to go. That’s what “Purpose” is all about. Purpose is not just knowing what you should be doing, but also being able to “picture” what you should be doing, knowing what steps to take to get there, and being able to monitor your progress to make sure that you stay on track.