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#2 “How To Find God’s Calling in Our Life”.

How can I find out the specific role that God wants me to play in furthering His kingdom?

"For we are God's workmanship, created in Christ Jesus to do good works, which God prepared in advance for us to do (Ephesians 2:10)"

Welcome to my blog series post entitled "Unveiling the Zeitgeist". This new 7-part series is about “How To Find God’s Calling in Our Life”. Many believers struggle with even believing that God has a specific purpose for their lives. Constantly in search of significance people second guess themselves whether they are in God’s calling or not. Wrong decisions and indecision haunt mental and spiritual life. This blog was produced with a friend who struggled with the same issues. What is God’s purpose for my life? My heart is that by reading this blog, many feel encouraged to search for their own God given calling. By discovering gaining valuable perspectives, I hope that they will take a leap in finding their purpose in life.

How can I find out the specific role that God wants me to play in furthering His kingdom?

There are two parts that involve the search and the journey. Communication with God (the active exchange and dialogue with God) and fellowship with God. Communicating with God or hearing God. This is a matter of hearing God’s voice in your daily life. Relationship driven fellowship with God is more than just religious symbolism. It is an act of friendship and spending time with God. Hearing God’s voice requires correct discernment versus what is purely your own thoughts and the lies of the enemy. Discernment comes with familiarity with God’s personality, His faithfulness, goodness, and His grace for you. Hearing God’s voice is necessary. It is enriching and is the internal compass that is always guiding us. Identifying His calling is obviously not a multiple-choice selection, choosing from a list of options while constantly second-guessing yourself. Drifting away from the original design, humans are the products of habitual repetition. We are accustomed to making rational decisions constantly. Finding God’s calling is quite different. Instead of following some familiar processes such as a process of elimination or comparing pros and cons, finding God’s calling requires trust and obedience before committing to His calling. All the while, discovering God’s calling comes with, a sense of restlessness. “Experiencing God” by Blackaby describes this as a “crisis of faith” which is a period of uncertainty followed by a moment of confirmation. [LS1]

Being called or having a purpose in life may not necessarily have anything to do with how you earn your living or on any single vocational activity but being called is to join God’s plan throughout obedience regardless of the vocation. Vocation is merely an expression or an outlet of our obedience to what God desires with our lives. We must believe that our lives matter in God’s eyes, contrary to what we or anyone else may think of us. Despite our shortcomings and imperfections, God desires to work through us His perfect plan for mankind. This seems illogical. Why would an omniscient and almighty God, need His mortal creation? Since the demise of Eden, God has been mending His relationship with men through His son Jesus who died for us. We are assured in 1 Corinthians 12:6 that “God works through different men in different ways, but is the same God who achieves his purpose through them all.”

What is ambivalent is how God chooses those He calls. In the Amplified Bible (AMP) we learn about God’s intentions: “But God has selected [for His purpose] the foolish things of the world to shame the wise [revealing their ignorance], and God has selected [for His purpose] the weak things of the world to shame the things which are strong [revealing their frailty] 1 Corinthians 1:27 (AMP)”. In the tale of David being chosen to become the future King of Israel, God describes to Samuel that David was a man after His own heart (1 Samuel 13:14) later God says this “The Lord does not see as mortals see; they look on the outward appearance, but the Lord looks on the heart. (1 Samuel 16:7).” God chose little David, an inexperienced, 15 years old youngster, to combat a full-fledged giant warrior, Goliath (1 Samuel 17). In our eyes, we may not be ready, never have enough, always lack the talents and so on but in God’s eyes He is looking for willing and obedient vessels.

All to say, there is an element where God works through us to achieve His will on earth. All God expects from us is that we trust, obey, and allow God to lead us.

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Why Unveiling the Zeitgeist?


Many years ago, I had a vivid dream where God spoke these words to me “Awaken My Remnant”. Since then, I waited patiently to do just that. Not knowing whom to awaken, I waited on God’s next instructions. Then I wrote my first book, “Pursued By The Maker” which was published by Highbridge Publication and sold worldwide. To this day, I pray for the remnant and their awakening, and I continue to write and share my thoughts in a blog post series entitled "Unveiling the Zeitgeist".


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