Your Purpose Is Not Lost

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Pursuing What Is Excellent - Your Purpose Is Not Lost

 

The Good Shepherd loves His sheep.
He tends, leads, guides, cherishes, feeds, and protects a flock.
He’ll even lay down His life for their protection.
As Christians, Jesus is our Good Shepherd and He did more than just dying for us.

 

He set up a plan and purpose for each of us because He knows that there is an enemy that wants to take us out.
He knows this well because he tried to take HIM out!

 

The thief’s purpose is to seal and kill and destroy. My purpose is to give them a rich and satisfying life.
– John 10:10 (NLT), emphasis added

 

His purpose is our good, it’s extraordinary! not for our harm.
I long to walk confidently in that. With that kind of purpose that He has for me, I want to learn how to walk in the fullness of that.

 

both hidden and found

 

I share the rest of this devotional and my thoughts on finding my PURPOSE at Rachael Carman’s #RootedDevo

Before you go, I want to share that we can only know what it is to walk in fullness when we have Conversations With the Father.

This post can be found at the following linkups:

Jennifer Lee Dukes, #RaRaLinkups, Coffee For Your Heart,
#QuietlyThroughThursday LinkUp#w2wwordfilledwednesday#TeaAndWord,
Grace and Truth, #GraceMoments

 

Living to Worship Him,
Kela

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  • Andy Lee

    Hi Kella, what a beautiful blog/site. I’m visiting from Holley’s linky. Keep up the excellent work. Blessings

    • Thank you so much, Andy!! I’m so glad that you took the time to say hello!! Blessings!

  • JeanneTakenaka

    Kela, what a great post. Purpose is one of those words and concepts that I’ve been thinking a lot about. It’s so good to remember that God’s purposes for His children are always for their good, if not for their ease. 😉 Great post!

    • Thank you for that, Jeanne!!
      Yes! and AMEN!!