A Purpose Driven Heart

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Your heart represents the source of all your motivations-what you love to do and what you care about most.  Another word for heart is passion.  Don’t ignore your interests.  Consider how they might be used for God’s glory.  There is a reason that you love to do these things.  (Warren, R. 2013, p.215)

Often when we suffer a great loss we feel lost.  It happen to me last year.  I suffered a great loss and I couldn’t understand what God was doing.  I was tired of feeling like I didn’t belong here or with anyone. Wondering what God’s plans were for me. I felt lost.  A friend suggested I read “A Purpose Driven Life” and so I did.  For this very reason, our program with Acting Out For Love Corp. has been built.  Without purpose we feel useless and lost and therefore we usually become destructive to ourselves and the people we love.  Find your purpose and live for God.  You will enjoy life so much more once your eyes are opened to the blessings that he has given to you.

Through our pain it is hard to see what we already have from God; take off the blinders.  Surrender yourself right now and experience something more powerful than you can ever imagine.

As a face is reflected in water, so the heart reflects the person.  Proverbs 27:19

Serve the Lord with all your heart.  1 Samuel 12:20

Above all else, guard your heart, for everything you do flows from it.  Proverbs 4:23

Reference

Warren, R. (2013), Daily inspiration for the purpose driven life. Grand Rapids, MI: Zondervan.