One of my favorite scriptures in the Bible is in Proverbs, and it says, "Without a vision, my people perish." I'm not sure why this particular scripture resonates with me so much. I have to believe that it is the reason that I continue to encourage others to look into their heart for the direction they should take in life.
I have encouraged high school students who need to decide which direction they should move into next to search their hearts for their passion and purpose. I have urged adults to look deep into their souls for answers and to pray for the direction they should take in every situation.
I believe we all have a purpose in life. It may not be just one, it could be many different purposes throughout your lifetime. Your purpose could direct you one way and then into another direction to fulfill another story.
I will never forget when my younger brother got into a serious car accident and became a paraplegic, never to walk again. I would visit him every day in the hospital to read to him, encourage him, and pray with him. I would tell him that everything will be ok if he hangs on to the fact that he has a purpose, and he is here for a reason, we all are.
Whether your purpose is to teach, train, heal, lead, love, encourage, inspire, support, or build, you need to be the best version of you that you can be. I know for sure, we all have it, we were all built with purpose, and if we look into our hearts, we will know what it is, it will be clear.
If you understand that you are designed to be a piece of a puzzle that perfectly fits together, creating a masterpiece like no other, you will continue your journey to your most beautifulife!
If you are a mother, father, sister, brother, daughter, or son, you have purpose without even thinking about it. Some people get caught up in trying to figure out what the big picture is supposed to be for them and somehow lose sight of the responsibility that is right before them. Some people forget to look right in front of them for the purpose they are fulfilling every single day.
Today I encourage you to open your eyes to the purpose you are fulfilling and make it a priority to do it even better than before. Speak your purpose, live your purpose, and know that God made you super special!
My affirmation for you this week is;
“I am fulfilling my purpose every day by following my heart, being wise, and understanding how special I am to the world!”