“For we are His workmanship, created in Christ Jesus for good works, which God prepared beforehand that we should walk in them.”
Yesterday, I shared with you that God has given each of us gifts and a heart for a specific good work.
We are most satisfied and fulfilled when we’re doing what we’re made to do.
There are so many voices about who we should be and what we should do that it can get confusing. But, if I want to know what something is made for, it’s best to ask the one who made it.
Psalm 119:105 says, “Your word is a lamp to my feet And a light to my path.”
The Word shows us the way we should go.
It’s a journey of discovery as we learn more about our Creator and explore doing things we believe that are good and pleasing to Him.
Here are some questions that have helped me along my journey of finding the things that I’m made to do (I’m still learning everyday):
What problem(s) do you see that you have a burden to solve? Or, what do you think should exist or there should be more of that you have a burden to help create?
Right now, I am investing time into learning to become a better coder so that I can earn more to help more people. One of the things I want to do is to help the marginalized and underserved leverage technology to meet their financial needs and then build wealth (thrive).
Give some thought to those questions and let us know if there are any things you believe you have a heart to do.
We’d love to support to you on your journey of finding the good work you’re made to do.
We love you!