So often, while we are in pursuit to discover ourselves, it is God, through the power of the Holy Spirit, that makes His presence known to us. He is offering to help. Along with assigned godly authorities that leads, directs and guides us into all truth about ourselves, He is the only one that can give you what you need.
As you pursue to completion your destiny, ministry and Godly assignments, know that you can trust Him. There is a process to becoming the you that God placed in and on this earth. He is the only one that can orchestrate that process. It is called “birthing you”.
Before I knew anything about gifts, talents, purpose, God assignments, etc., someone asked me what choice had I made concerning a career. At that time, I said that I didn’t know and that I would think about it and get back with them. The next day I said that I wanted to be a sales person. I didn’t want to sell things. I wanted to sell, speak words that will help people’s lives to be better. GOD HEARD ME even if at the time, I didn’t have a clue about anything concerning purpose.
Since that time, He has processed in me and given to me:
• My passion to do His will
• My Value, in Him, to know that I am never alone
• He has Defined for me my strengths and weaknesses
• Explained to me the contribution(s)/sacrifices that I am to make and their value to the world
• And more…
John 14:26 (AMP)
26 But the [a]Helper (Comforter, Advocate, Intercessor—Counselor, Strengthener, Standby), the Holy Spirit, whom the Father will send in My name [in My place, to represent Me and act on My behalf], He will teach you all things. And He will help you remember everything that I have told you.
As a result of time, pain, pressure, and sacrifices, He told me who I am. He told me what I am supposed to be doing in this life, for this time. For example, He told me one of the Gifts of the Spirit that I am to share with the world. The gift is that of Exhortation. This gift is also called the “Gift of Encouragement.”
In the Greek, it means to beseech, exhort, call upon, to encourage and to strengthen. The primary means of exhortation is to remind the hearer of the powerful and amazing work of God in Christ, particularly in regard to the saving work of Jesus in the atonement.
The Spirit of God gives this gift to people in the church to strengthen and encourage those who are wavering in their faith. Those with the gift of exhortation can uplift and motivate others as well as challenge and rebuke them in order to foster spiritual growth and action. The goal of the encourager is to see everyone in the church continually building up the body of Christ and glorifying God.
“LIFE IS A PROCESS…” Your life is a processed life. God’s purpose for birthing you is specific. Why not start your own process by choosing Him and to be in relationship with Him? If you are not willing to allow the will of God to take you to each step and to each level of the way in, to and through your process, then you are leading, directing, and guiding yourself to your own end.
Choose to live a God processed life.
Chose Life, it is only a heartbeat away…