Daily D – Galatians 1:15-16

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Galatians 1:15, 16  “But even before I was born, God chose me and called me by his marvelous grace. Then it pleased him to reveal his Son to me so that I would proclaim the Good News about Jesus to the Gentiles. When this happened, I did not rush out to consult with any human being.” (NLT)

There have been a few times in my life when people have asked me, “Why are you here?” Sometimes this is a hard question to answer. The difficulty may be about the place, the people, or the purpose. 

The Apostle Paul knew God knew him from eternity past. He had a plan and a purpose for Paul’s life before he was born. When Paul ventured out on his own road thinking it was God’s path for him, God stopped him and redirected him. 

Mary, the mother of Jesus, discovered her life call in an announcement from on high. She had questions. God had answers. She said, “Yes.” 

What’s your life call? 

Do you require assurance of God’s direction? Redirection from your current trajectory? Or do you need to receive his offer of a life of meaning and purpose so that you get started on the right path?

He chooses you. He has a purpose for you. Your life is not anonymous. It is not meaningless. What are you most passionate about? What are your strongest strengths? Where do you have influence? The answers to these questions help provide clarity regarding what God shaped you to accomplish by his grace, in his strength, so that people can see how good he is.

Simple prayers and wise guidance can get us moving in the right direction. Pray like this: “Our Father, I want to know and experience you. I want to live out the purpose you created me for. Show me the way I should go.”

Find some path leaders who understand the process of clarifying your call. Your best life awaits.

I will continually clarify God’s call for my life.

Our Father, I want to know and experience you. I want to live out the purpose you created me for. Show me the way I should go. Lead me step by step today. Open my eyes that I may see what you want to show me. Empower me to accomplish the work you set before me. Make me gracious and kind to everyone I meet. Amen. 


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