How beautiful of a thought it is to realize that our lives were created for the Lord? that although we are here on earth, we have the ability to reach the world as Jesus did? that we inherit and embody the same spirit Paul had? the same Lord that Abraham walked with? the same God that took Enoch away?
Although we go after our own desires, we come to think that we know what we want, we know what we need-we can be brought back to a realization that God created us for His purpose, that God knows us and our divine purpose here on earth greater than we know ourselves.
The beauty of serving a Lord who desires us to love Him above all else is the freedom in which we have to glorify Him in everything we do. To be men and women of the Lord to our inner most being. That we would be led by His Spirit and live in His light-acting with intergrity, living through His love and letting His Divine Spirit empower us to shine as Christ shined. God desires us to walk with Him, letting Him be apart of everything we are doing, to seek Him through our decisions and to honour Him through our lives.
Our God is a God of grace, not simply giving us something to place over top of our sins but instead grace that pulls us out of sin. Our God desires us to be blameless, to be pure, to be holy as He is holy. when we begin to limit ourselves we limit the power of God in our lives and the divine calling He has placed upon us. We all have choices, think of Samson who made a covet with the Lord to never cut his hair. Samson’s hair was a source of divine power and yet he let himself be distracted from his divine calling, he allowed his own desires and lusts to pull him away from the Lord and fell into sin. I am sure that was not the divine calling in which the Lord desired for Samson yet it still happened as he chose to pursue earthly desires.
“you were taught with regard to your former way of life to put off your old self which is being corrupted by its deceitful desires, to be made new in the attitude of your minds and to put on the new self, created to be like God in true righteousness and holiness” Ephesians 4:22-24
May you live within your divine calling, may you realize the great annointing the Lord is or has placed upon your life. If anything may you be reminded that whether you have a sense of what that calling may be or maybe you have no idea, do not spend your days striving to work that out yourself. For the Lord will complete it all in His timing. It is allowing the Lord each day to work in and through you-through the little things to create something great. For it is through the little things the Lord can manifest and do great miracles, are you willing to let Him? The Lord will work His divine plan out; do not worry about trying to accomplish it, for the Lord is never done His work. He is a creator and is constantly creating, our calling is simply to allow Him to be who He and use us for that.
Jesus is standing infront of you offering to lead the way, softly asking “do you want me?”
“And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love him, who have been called according to his purpose.” Romans 8:28