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Purpose requires planning. In an age of hustle and bustle, in a culture of apathy and indifference, in a world of speed and forgetfulness; our lives won’t magically drift towards purpose. And there is a wide gap between good intentions and healthy habits.
The Proverbs is full of wisdom that counsels us to trust God and plan for the future.
I want to encourage you to take some time to think about the fall: What does God want to do in and through your life this fall? How could you plan a fall that is on purpose?
You won’t drift towards purpose, it requires planning. And trust: Trusting that God will take our lived lives offered up sacrificially and use them to glorify Himself, encourage the church of Jesus, and shape our lives into the mold of Christ Jesus.
May God bless you as you reflect, pray, and plan for purpose.