Follow Your Passions To God’s Purposes
Posted by infinitygoods on March 27, 2008
Do you enjoy doing what you are doing in your life right now? Do you have a passion for your job or for your life? Sadly, many of us, perhaps even most of us, answer a resounding “NO!!”. That should be a huge red flag for all of us. What are our joys in life? What are our hobbies? What are our passions? What do we love?
Rick Warren is not the only one to tell us that we should follow our heart’s desires. Psychologists tell us too. Career counselors tell us. Highly successful and renown people tell us. The Bible tells us.
Do we listen? Really listen? Or do we say “Yeah, yeah, I know,” but keep doing the same old rat race, the same old daily grind, the same old rut?
Have no worries, God will use that daily grind purposefully too, but it should lead you somewhere, not keep you stuck in it like quick sand or even cement.
Take the time right now to ponder about what you are enthusiastic or passionate about. Go on, think. Don’t read another word.
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