Hello All, Today’s podcast is part 1 in a series on “purpose”. For many of us, delayed answers to prayer about purpose leave us wondering, not only what our specific purpose is, but whether or not we have a purpose at all. If you’ve read my “About Me” page, you know the primary purpose of this blog is to exhort others toward purpose. To join others together in a journey for purpose. The reason we search for purpose is so we can fulfill our destiny before returning home to be with the Father forever. So, today in our podcast, we are answering the question, Does God have a plan for my life? If you’re like me, lack of purpose has gripped or currently holds you in a state of unfulfillment, depression, and discouragement. I know what it is like to seek God for purpose over an extended period of time, to walk by faith for one Word, and sometimes still question if you are hearing God precisely. To begin this series, I want to start by exhorting and reassuring every listener that God does indeed have a plan for your life. I pray that the scriptures resonate with you today and that you will spend time meditating on the scriptures shared today.
Points to remember:
- God has and knows the plans that he has for you (Jeremiah 29:11)
- You must persistent in seeking God for your purpose (Jeremiah 29:13)
- God has already equipped you with everything you need to fulfill your purpose (Ephesians 1:3-11)
- God wrote all your days in the book before the foundation of the world (Psalms 139:16)
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I tend to retain more info when I can read more than listen. Do you have your information in written form, or am I missing it?
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Hello Lana, Thank you so much for your comment and for taking the time to visit my blog. I apologize for not having a longer narrative. Typically, blog posts are between 250 and 300 words in length. Blog posts are not to be confused with articles, which are definitely upwards of 300 words. Presenting a podcast of the content allows the blogger to provide more content in a format that is easily accessible on multiple devices. By providing a written snippet and a podcast, I am able to attend to more learning styles. I will say you have given me something to think about. Perhaps adding a link to a transcript of the podcast. Again, thanks so much for listening and commenting.
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