We all start life the same way-as babies, been taken care of family and then taken to school to learn for ourselves. We make friends who like the same things we like or have the qualities we wish to have. We decide to go to the same high schools and colleges but life takes us on different courses.
We go through life been guided by what others tell us to do or what society expects from us till we get to the stage where we find out exactly what we were born to do. Then our whole life begins to make sense as we live each day doing all we can to achieve the purpose for which we came to this world. But until we get to that ‘aha moment’, how do we live?
One would say the life we live before we discover our true purpose is just a waste of time so the earlier the better but I think the pre-discovery time is as important as the post-time because life in itself is a learning ground and everything you’ve learned so far in life comes to play when you finally put yourself to task.
Sometimes it is frustrating when brainstorming for your talent or life purpose but it is necessary to learn from all that life has to offer. Every experience is important to take you to the destination you were born to be at.
Be patient as your life unfolds before you. Do all you can, the best way you can, anywhere you can with what you’ve been entrusted with and serve the world with your gift. You might be wondering which course your life is running but believe that God has everything in control. Worship God the best way you can and serve Him with everything you’ve got and at the right time God will place you exactly where you need to be.
Waiting is hard but an indispensable feature in our walk with God. How well you wait will determine how prepared you will be for your task. Do what you’re what you’re doing the very best you can as you wait.
Inspired by “While I’m Waiting” Track by John Waller.