Finding your passion in life fulfills your purpose in life. What does it take?
You make up your mind to fulfill your dreams. You start right where you are and you can overcome any obstacle you might be facing. Taking a step in faith to begin with thoughtful reflection, you can find your passion.
God gives everyone talents. What you love to do, what you are good at doing becomes your talent. Do some things come easy for you? Those talents that you find are part of your nature are the seeds which grow and blossom the fruits in your life.
How are you developing your skills and talents? Are you practicing and fine tuning those talents? Don’t give up on all that you are supposed to be. For everything happens on purpose and every life has been designed to fulfill a specific purpose.
Reflect on your life. When were you happiest? Did it involve others? Were you doing something you loved to do? People tend to overlook little things in life. Taking for granted the people and experiences you have encountered unable to recognize the true gifts of your life.
In the times you are doing what you love to do, you are finding joy in fulfilling your purpose. Look out for opportunities to use those talents and live the life you were destined to have.
Live in the Word of God. Read the scriptures daily. Your eyes will behold His glory and you become sensitive to His nature. Feeding your spirit with inspirational messages and opening your heart to receive the message, enriches your purpose.
In Faith, you find your purpose. Believing you are here for a reason, you can let go of those negative thoughts. Release those fears and grab hold of your passion. For if you walk in the Spirit of God, you will not be afraid. Let God work in your life and He will show you how to be the person you were always meant to be.
Enjoy the discovery. Fulfill your purpose by finding your passion.
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purposeful dream can emphasis the life God desires for a person. What are your dreams, your passions?