A Sense of Personal Purpose

Your Purpose Is Your Passion by myles munroe
July 9

“I know the plans I have for you,” declares the LORD, “plans to
prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.” (Jeremiah 29:11)

 

If you ask people, “Why do you exist?” most cannot tell you. They can’t explain their purpose in the world. They have no vision for their lives.

 

Do you have a sense of personal purpose?
Do you know why you were born?
Does your purpose give you a passion for living?

 

You may ask me, “Do I really need to have a reason for my existence?” My answer is, “Absolutely!” Life is intended to have meaning; you were not born just for the fun of it. You were meant to be going somewhere, to be headed toward a destination.

 

I want to help you understand the principles of vision and to provide the practical tools and skills necessary to bring your vision into reality. You were born to achieve something significant, and you were destined to make a difference in your generation. Your life is not a divine experiment, but a project of Providence to fulfill a purpose that your generation needs. This personal purpose is the source of your vision and gives meaning to your life.

 

I therefore encourage you to believe in your daydreams and to reconnect with your passion; your vision awaits your action. Your future is not ahead of you—it lies within you. See beyond your eyes and live for the unseen. Your vision determines your destiny. God truly has plans for you.

 

Prayer:
Father, thank You for giving me meaning in life. You have created me with a purpose; I desire to understand that purpose and to follow it all the days of my life. In Jesus’ name, amen.

 

Thought: Life is intended to have meaning; you were not just born for the fun of it.

 

Reading: Job 38–40; Acts 16:1–21

 

-Daily Power And Prayer Devotionam (Myles Munroe)