Everyone has a purpose in life. Some of us may even have two or more. But whatever our purpose is, if we choose to accept it – it shouldn’t feel like work.
Our purpose is a God-given opportunity to take on a task that is in alignment with our spiritual gifts, talents, skills, interests, and life experiences. Most importantly it is a task that we have been handpicked by God to accomplish. Just as Moses was handpicked to lead the Israelites out of Egypt and Noah was handpicked to build the ark, each of us is called to carry out a specific purpose.
So we may not be tasked with assignments such as Moses and Noah, but that does not mean that the purpose God has assigned us to is not important enough for us to complete.
Some may be called to nurture as mothers or fathers. Some may be called to heal as physicians, some may be called to build as architects, or some may be called to guide or instruct as teachers – the opportunities for us to live in our purpose are real. Now the question remains – what will you decide to do?