Purpose: Where the Rubber Meets the Road
By Daryn Carl Ramsey
Where the rubber meets the road where will you be as it relates to living out your purpose? Where the rubber meets the road, we are all on borrowed time. Do not let another day pass, in fact as soon as you finish this post get busy working on a plan to begin or continue living in your purpose.
Do not worry, it will work. Living in your purpose is a natural fit. Just think of trying on a pair of gloves that are the right size for your hands. It fits! In contrast, problems arise when you try on gloves that are not the right size and do not fit your hands. The gloves represent the work, job, career, position, lifestyle, and anything else that you are doing that is not the purpose that God planned for your life.
Where the rubber meets the road, God is not a respecter of persons. It does not matter how much money you have or what your status in life is. If you are doing something other than the purpose God has planned for your life, you will not have the joy, happiness, and production that you will when you are living in your purpose. Where the rubber meets the road, we are all affected equally.
Be inspired by the gifts, passions, talents, skills, and drive that you have. They are linked to the purposes that God has for you to glorify him, add value to his Kingdom, bless others and bring joy, satisfaction, and fulfillment to your life.