It will touch you to know the paradox of having a problem in your life and having a purpose at the same time. The two can exist inside a human being at the same time. Your success in life will be determined by your ability and your willingness to move from problem to purpose. Many people live dancing around and dealing with the problems in their lives alone till they die. You can see them having victim mentality. Some people on the other hand move from problem to the purpose.
There is more to you than your problems, do not let it determine your focus let your purpose do.
One of the reasons why many people are not moving from their problem to their purpose is wrong focus of sermons. This could happen if the sermon focuses the attention of people on solving their problems alone and not demanding that they accept responsibility to move towards their purpose. The people may turn the man of God into a channel to receive help alone, and not see themselves as a channel to give help to other people. God does not want us to be tied to the apron strings of our ministers. He wants us to be ministered to, but He also wants us to move from problem to purpose. It’s important that you know that and make a decision to be that way.
When the Holy Spirit appeared first in the Bible, He appeared as a moving spirit and when He comes into our lives, He comes in the same mode. He moves us from problem to purpose; He is always moving us from one phase to another phase, from one season to another season. When you allow him in your life, He will not only free you from the problem but also move you into your purpose.
PRAYER: Lord, I accept responsibility to move from every problem in my life to my purpose. I receive grace to cooperate with the move of the Holy Spirit as He moves me from problem to Purpose in Jesus’ name. Amen.
Bible in a year: Nehemiah 12:27-13:31, 1 Corinthians 11:1-16, Psalm 35:1-16, Proverbs 21:17-18