The importance of knowing your purpose

Do you ever get that feeling where you just can’t handle your current situation? There’s too much on your plate, you’re feeling stressed every second of the day, you feel that you have no time for anything but whatever takes up most of your day? You realise it is temporary but in the moment you’ve just had enough.

How do you get that strength to push on?

I don’t know what it is about driving but I always seem to have deep refelctions on my life of what has happened, what’s to come and most importantly what I need to do next. On that day I was thinking of my past though. All the tough challenges I’ve faced and overcome. I also thought of how this new phase in my life will pan out and how I can remain content and work as hard as I’ve ever have to get the results I’ve always wanted.

What I have realised is this: knowing in your heart that what you are doing now is exactly what you are supposed to be doing will take away that fear-factor. It is not a question of just believing that what you are doing now could possibly take you to your next step to destiny. It’s a question of the unwavering faith that there is nothing else you should be doing instead of this.

At this point of time in my life I can always channel out the negative thoughts about my work when things get tough because I remind myself that this is what I’m supposed to be doing. Yes there are times that things get tough, but I don’t have a mental breakdrown when things go wrong (not that you should go mental if you aren’t sure what you’re doing and why you are doing it).

The process of getting to this point wasn’t by casting out lots to find my purpose and destiny, it was like I mentioned in another post, spending intimate time with the Father. Always remaining true to myself and focusing not on what the world is telling me but what the God who knows everything, from the beginning to the end.

So don’t lose hope, don’t fear. Everything is a process. Make sure that you never forget that.

Some get beaten by the battle; but others get better.

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