Understand Your True Purpose In Life
Discover Your True Identity In The Purposer-Driven Life You Were Created For
Deep within ourselves, there is a sense that we have a missing element in our life. This is because we are incomplete, and there is a reason why you are here. We will move forward in depth exploring that void, which is our God-given purpose of what can and will be the amazing life that we were created for.
Why am I here? What is my purpose in life?
Maybe you’re going through life unfulfilled, unfocused, searching for meaning, but nothing fills the void. What’s missing? What’s the point of it all?
To find real meaning in life, we need to know Who made us and why.
All life begins with God, who designed each of us in His likeness. The Bible says it this way: “So God created man in his own image, … male and female he created them” (Genesis 1:27). We were created by God to be like Him, to find Him, and to have a relationship with Him.
The problem is instead of loving Him, we chose to love ourselves more. Instead of freely serving Him, we chose to serve ourselves. This is called sin and it broke our relationship with God. Until we restore that relationship, we will never know our true purpose or what matters.
Think of it this way: There’s a God-shaped hole in all of us and no matter what we have or accomplish, there will still be an emptiness without God.
As our Creator, He has a plan in mind for us and only He can make us complete. God holds the answer to your question, “Is there a point to life?”
He even provided a way for us to connect with Him directly and restore our broken relationship—that’s through His Son Jesus Christ, who bridged the gap between us and God.
Through faith in Jesus, there’s no more separation from God. No more holes in your heart.
Mans’s Perspective of Our Purpose In Life
The Controversy Is As Endless As Time, And Still No Definite Answer
The purpose is a concept debated and discussed by philosophers for centuries. It is often defined as the reason for which something is done or created or a particular outcome that is intended. In human existence, purpose refers to the meaning and significance of one’s life.
A fundamental question has intrigued humans since the dawn of time: What is the goal of life?
There are many different answers to this question, and the answer will often depend on one’s personal beliefs and values. So few, the cause of life is to pursue happiness, wealth, and success. Others agree that the goals of life is to serve others and to make a positive impact on the world. Nevertheless, others believe that the reason for lifestyles is to seek knowledge and understanding or to achieve spiritual enlightenment.
One of the most common philosophical perspectives on life’s purpose is that it is subjective and determined by each individual.
Steven Furtick Finding Your Purpose
This perspective argues that the purpose of life is something that we each must discover for ourselves and that it can change over time as we grow and evolve.
The subjective nature of purpose is often associated with existentialism. A philosophical motion that emerged within the 20th century. Existentialists consider that life has no inherent meaning and that it is up to each person to create their purpose and meaning. They argue that life is a blank canvas and that we must fill it with our experiences, choices, and values.
Another philosophical perspective on the purpose of life is that it is objective and determined by something outside of ourselves. This perspective argues that the purpose of life is something that exists independently of human beings and that we must discover and fulfill this purpose.
For example, some religious traditions believe that the purpose of life is to serve God or a higher power. In these traditions, the purpose of life is seen as a divine plan, and it is the role of humans to follow this plan and fulfill their destiny.
My Outlook of Mans Attempt to Answer The Question Only The One True Living God Has
So what I see is there is an agreement to the Spirituality Concept, however over centuries man has created endless religions, The Bible reaches back 6,000 years, which is Milliineums before any other man-made religion originated. The first book of the Bible tells us of the tree of life, Christ is the tree of life, and his Deity is mentioned over and over again within the Old Testament, this is called Prophecy. God is timeless so there are no timeframes put in place within the Holy Bible. Unlike the Book of Mormon and the New World Translation, which is filled with prophecy with dates of when they will come about. Many of these so-called Prophetic words that are dated came and went with no fulfillment. This caused a major outfalling of the faith several times over one hundred and fifty years, which is about how old these man-made religions are.
Philosophy Is Even Called a Religion, remember even Charles Darwin said himself when he was passing that his evolutionary theory is impossible. Here is a bit of knowledge on Buddhism, Buddha was born to a very wealthy and prosperous King approx. 500 hundred years B.C. He was saddened to see his fellow man suffering with no purposeful life. He created a Philophecy of medication in an attempt to create some inner peace. Remember Jesus Christ is the prince of peace, and will give you peace beyond understanding. About 400 years after Buddha died a group of men gathered and decided to make Buddha God, it does not get more man-made than this.
The Search For Our Purpose Is Easily Found When We Open Our Hearts To Jesus Christ
As you move forward you will unfold one of the simplest tasks of your life, however, mankind has so complicated it. Open Your Heart and ask God to Forgive you, and ask Christ to be your Lord and Saviour, in the following paragraphs are instructions to move forward as you discover your purpose-driven life.
Final Thoughts On Freedom
From beginning to end, God’s Word insists on the reason and need for freedom in Christ Jesus. And God doesn’t leave us without a solution. He teaches us to grab the freedom He offers. First of all, it starts with acknowledging and admitting our brokenness as slaves to sin.
Eventually, slavery ends with choosing Jesus and following all His teachings every day. That is because He is the only one that can break the bonds of slavery and offer us true freedom, now and forever.
“Dear Lord Jesus Christ,
I am sorry for the sins that I have committed in my life. Thank you for unconditional love and death on the Cross for me. Thank you for setting me free from all sins and forgiving me today. Dear Lord, my Savior. Please, come into my life. Fill me with your Holy Spirit. And be with me forever. Thank you so much, Jesus Christ!
In Jesus’s name, I pray and believe,
Did You Pray?
Congratulations My Brothers And Sisters In Christ
Now is the time to get rooted in a good bible believing church, that is exercising in the Gospel, and does not try to tickle your ear with the ways of the World. Remember when you see a Brother or Sister in Christ fall short, simply pray for them, and do not judge them, as we still fall short, however with our new born again spirit we now have a battle plan against Sin and pain. Please remember God does not look for extravagant great-sounding prayer, he looks for our heartfelt prayer.
One of the problems with our faith is many believe that a Christian should be some sort of perfect person, so when they see us fall short, in their eyes we are hypocrites. This is just another reason we need to be as upright and righteous in the world’s eyes. on the contrary, this does not mean we cannot have fun, as I have more joy now than ever in my life, the true joy that is meant for a believer.
God be with you my Brother and Sisters in Christ, Your Brothers in Christ, Jack, and Collins
I hope to hear from you soon, sincerely, Jack Butler, founder of byfaithcomesgrace.com