Pinpointing Your Priorities


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What Is Your Purpose in Life? 

“The plans of the LORD stand firm forever, the purposes of his heart through all generations.” 

Psalm 33:11

Pinpointing Your Priorities

Purpose thrives on believing what’s possible, on dreaming up what can be, and by working passionately in the here and now. Nowhere in this equation is there room for what was, what didn’t work, and what could have been.

God wants your attention in the present. He wants you to “look straight ahead” because what He has for you is not behind you, it is in front of you. 

“Why … am I here?”

With over 7.5 billion people on planet earth, is my life really significant? Can one life truly make a difference … truly have impact … truly matter? The answer is an absolute “yes” because … you have been made purposefully … you are part of a great master plan. The Bible makes this point plain …

  • Your purpose in life is that which gives you a reason for living, the reason why God put you here on earth. 
  • Your purpose in life is an expression of your personal significance to God. 
  • Your purpose in life will be unique to you, based on God’s personalized plan for you. 
  • “To live is Christ …” The Apostle Paul found all meaning in life tied to one person, his Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. All his striving, struggling, serving was for the glory of another. “Self” was sacrificed … even crucified … for the cause of Christ.
  • “And to die is gain …” (Philippians 1:21) Paul would continue, because he knew that the end of this temporal, physical life meant the beginning of an eternity of living in the very presence of Jesus. Could Paul have known that even after his death his purpose in life would continue on so powerfully. And, as Paul stated, it is … “In him we live and move and have our being.” (Acts 17:28)



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