Many people claim to be looking for their purpose. They’re trying to figure out why they’re here. It may appear strange, but you must clarify that you truly want to find your purpose. This is because deep down, you might not be interested in defining your purpose. A well defined purpose comes with the burden of determining how to achieve it. You do not have to bear the burden of fulfillment if your purpose is not defined. So, are you certain you want to clarify your purpose? Are you prepared to organize your daily life around matters of purpose? You must make the decision to work hard in the service of your purpose.
If you are sure about clarifying your purpose. And you are ready to put in the work. It becomes easy to determine your purpose. We are to do the works of him that sent Jesus. Operating as a salt and light of the world. As for the specifics, you will do well to follow the instructions of Jesus. John 6:28-29 (ESV) says, “Then they said to him, “What must we do, to be doing the works of God?” Jesus answered them, “This is the work of God, that you believe in him whom he has sent.” If you want to find your purpose, this is all you have to do. Believe in the person God has sent to you.
You need to believe in the person God has sent to you. And as you follow them, you will grow into your own unique mission. This is a pattern you find in the Bible. Across the scriptures, you find this. People that grew into their own by clinging on to the person God sent to them. This is the story of Joshua, Elisha, the Apostles and so many others. Serve your Moses. Find your Elijah. Connect with your Paul. Find the person God has sent to you. This is the best way to find your purpose.