God’s Purpose

My apologies . . . updated post

Naturally, our talents and physical abilities can point to God’s purpose for our lives; But not always.  lol  God gives us a vision, an image, a dream of what His purpose is for us.  In order to fulfill our purpose, our destiny, we have to stay connected to the vine.  Jesus said,

grape vineI am the vine; you are the branches. If you remain in me and I in you, you will bear much fruit; apart from me you can do nothing. .  . “__John 15:5 NIV

Moses knew that his purpose was to deliver the Israelites from the slavery of Egypt. In his natural abilities as a palace-trained warrior, Moses killed an Egyptian in defense of a Hebrew.   Moses acted, or rather, re-acted based in his purpose but outside the direction of God. It was only when Moses was stripped up his royal heritage that he began a relationship with God. On the backside of the desert is  where Moses learned how to walk in the  purpose of his life.

 The steps of a good man are ordered by the Lord: and he delighteth in his way.__ Psalm 37:23KJVladder to heaven

From that time forward, Moses progressed__ succeeded as he walked in the will of God.  God used Moses as his mouthpiece to Pharaoh to proclaim His mighty wonders in Egypt. And because of how the Israelites were delivered, God received the glory.

I (We) have already studied Gideon, the mighty man of valor found hiding in the winepress—God used his hand to deliver the Israelites from the Midianites with no casualties!

Joseph, the dreamer was led to down in a pit, sold into slavery, to the house of Potiphar in Egypt, and to prison ALL in preparation for a prime position in the palace.

Bottom line: Our purpose is to bring glory to God.  God uses our natural abilities and talents; endues us with spiritual gifts, then guides us step-by-step.  Our relationship with Our Father leads to  our purpose, our victory for HIM!

Grace and Peace,030208_0025_0246.wbcCheryl

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