We often attempt to change where we are going not fully realizing where we came from. We invent our purpose instead of looking at the source of where our purpose came, without realizing where our purpose is taking us. We believe that we can find our purpose from external sources, religions, premises, or books, when our true purpose can only be found in the creator of that purpose. Then, the real confusing part is when we realize that our purpose is not meant for us but for others. John 15:13, “Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends.” Although we can benefit from our purpose, when we attempt solely to save our purpose for ourselves for our own profit we experience superficial gain. We never achieve satisfaction or understanding of or our intended purpose.
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