One of simplest, yet most profound questions we’ll ever wrestle with is: “What’s the purpose of my life?” I believe that Jesus still invites us to follow Him, just like He did His disciples. Sometimes it’s hard to figure out where God is going. I know a lot of people who wrestle with this. The wrestling comes in the form of “calling” and “career”. We want to have a clear roadmap, and too often it just feels hazy for a lot of us. We don’t know what where Jesus is leading us or
Lately it seems I’m being reminded that life is essentially about Jesus. Every moment is a new opportunity to experience Jesus: joys and triumphs are times to celebrate Jesus / trials and failures are times to cling to Him / free time is time to seek Him / when you’re stretched it’s an opportunity to trust Jesus.
I’m probably being reminded that life is about Jesus because I tend to make it about a lot of other things. I guess I could make some excuses like “it’s easy to get
as i type this i can hear thunder from a storm rolling through our city. the last couple days have been filled with storms and rain. thunder is amazing. the percussion in the air during a lightning storm is loud and peace-shattering. when it thunders, the air rumbles through our city shaking dishes, waking dogs to bark, and frightening little children. thunder is unsettling. it’s forewarning a coming storm. winds and rain are soon to follow … and everything just might g