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Fulfillment by Tomiwa Dada @tomiwadreads

Saturday, August 1, 2020

Good Morning Friends!
I want to welcome you into your Month of Fulfillment of Purpose.... Glory!

Permit me to share with you the ways in which you can fulfill God's Purpose even as you journey through the month and remaining days of the year.
I know and I'm convinced this will bless you tremendously.

Ways To Discover God's Purpose In Life👇

Let's start with the obvious. If you feel purposeless, ask God to give you wisdom and direction. James 1:5 says, "If any of you lacks wisdom, let him ask God, who gives generously to all without reproach, and it will be given him."

Now that's good news. God wants to give you a purpose. He wants to bestow divine wisdom on you. It's not like God is holding out on you to make you miserable. He desires you to have a joyful, ambitious, purposeful life. Ask God for purpose and expect Him to give it to you.

The primary way God speaks to us is through the Word(Bible). This means that one of the first things you should do in your search for God's purpose is to start digging into the scripture. Now, you won't find any verses that tell you to become a dance instructor, videographer or painter, but you will begin to understand the heart of God.

Psalm 119:105 says, "Your word is a lamp to my feet and a light to my path." God's word brings light to paths that otherwise seem dark. In the Bible you learn how to live wisely in God's world, which is the first step towards finding your purpose.

God has given you very specific gifts and strengths. Maybe you're a math whiz or a wise counselor. Maybe you have a mind for electronics or business. Maybe you're great at organizing people and getting things done. God's purpose for you probably involves the things you're already good at.

This is where education can be particularly valuable. Going to college or going back to college allows you to discover your gifts and then determine how you're going to use them. It also connects you with people who want to help you find your purpose.

What is one thing you're passionate about? Really, this can be anything. Business, art, economics, giving, whatever. If money wasn't an issue, what would you love to do?

Determining your passions often help you figure out what God has called you to do. It's often said that God works at the intersection of our gifts and our passions. Where do your gifts meet your passions? That may be God's purpose for you.


Proverbs 11:14 says, "Where there is no guidance, a nation falls, but in an abundance of counselors there is safety." In other words, one of the main ways God will help you find your purpose is through others.

A warning needs to be made here. Your counselors should be people you TRUST. Whether it is your professors, parents or friends, kindly note that it needs to be people who have your back and want the best for you. You want wise counselors to help you find God's purpose for you.

Sometimes it can be helpful to get away from it all and take some unhurried time to think, pray and journal. You don't have to spend a week in the woods for this to be effective. Even just a day away from the hustle and grind can be hugely rewarding.

During these retreats, allow yourself to simply be still. To ponder. To ask God for direction and listen to His voice. This doesn't need to be complicated and doesn't require any elaborate rituals. Hebrews 11:6 is a reminder that God always rewards those who seek him. He's not hiding in the dark, trying to keep His will hidden from you. He wants to guide you.

Trying to discover your life's purpose can be a stressful and overwhelming thing. It can seem like such a big, confusing and frustrating subject. You want to move forward, but you're not sure how. You want to find your purpose, but you feel like you're aimlessly wandering.

But you can trust God to lead you where He wants you to go. As Psalm 23:2-3 says, "He leads me beside still waters. He restores my soul. He leads me in paths of righteousness for His name's sake."
You may feel confused, but God doesn't.

So, I want to encourage you this morning to trust God to help you find purpose in Him even as you journey through the remaining days of the year.

I want to believe this study has helped and encouraged you in one way or ther other.

Thank you for your time
Have an amazing month!

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  1. Replies
    1. Thank you so much for taking your time to ready through. God bless you.

  2. Great teaching ��

    1. Thank you WOG... I celebrate you ma.

  3. Replies
    1. Thank you MOG
      I celebrate you sir.
      Thank you for being such a good example and great leader. I love and celebrate you sir.

  4. Thank you for taking your time to study through. Celebrate you.