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Pursue Your Purpose – Supercharge Your Life

Pursue Your Purpose - Supercharge Your Life
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Do you ever feel that, as a Christian, you’ve lost that desire to pursue your purpose? You see people living out their dreams and knowing their purpose in life, but you can’t quite get there yourself. If you want to supercharge your life, an inward change must take place when you pursue your purpose!

As a Christian, realize that you were engrafted into Christ and became a new creation altogether. Your old moral and spiritual condition has ceased to live. You have been given a fresh and new moral and spiritual life. Therefore, it is imperative that you invest time studying the Bible for yourself with the intent to change and pursue your purpose as a new creature in the Kingdom of God.

This is how you experience the reality of God and supercharge your life.

By doing so, your life will become 3 things:

1. An Attractive Life to Others. When people see your uncompromising commitment to keep God’s Word in your heart and to live a lifelong devotion to His service, it will definitely attract their attention because they’ll see a difference in you. They will see you changing into the character of Christ before their eyes. It is the change within you that will make them want to be around you.

2. An Interactive Experience with God. When God’s character is displayed through your life, you become a reflection of praise to Him. By allowing the Holy Spirit to communicate God through you to those whose lives you touch, the Word of God in you becomes the revelation of God in Christ made known to them. As a result, your life becomes a confession of Christ to the world. In this way, when they interact with you, they experience God through your life.

3. An Empowerment of Blessings. When you give to others who God is within you, God in His providence will repay it back to you. Give God the glory in your gifts and talents as you pursue your purpose, vision and dreams, for He is not unrighteous to forget it, but will pay it again. God often makes use of men and women as instruments of His rewarding justice. If you, in a right manner, give to others when they are in need, God will incline the hearts of others to help pursue your purpose, dreams and vision when you need them.

If you really want to experience a supercharged life, you must not fall in with or adapt to the external, superficial customs and fleeting fashions of this world, which is your old nature. Instead, apply God’s Word in your life and undergo a deep inner change by the entire renewing of your mind as the Spirit of God alone can work in you. His desire is to shape and fashion your life into His image so that you can pursue your purpose, dreams and vision He placed within you. This is how God wants to supercharge your life.

To effectively pursue your purpose, you must have a total commitment to God and His Word. When you allow God to reign, rule and live in your life through Jesus Christ, allowing the Holy Spirit to mold you into the character of Christ, you are then empowered to live the supercharged life He predestined for you to live.

For more inspiration to stay focused on pursuing your dreams, get John’s unique book of poems entitled Seeing In the Unseen. And while you’re there, be sure to get our FREE EBook: “The Ultimate Motivation Handbook” and discover how to get motivated to do anything and reach your goals.

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