There are untold losses to the economy of heaven arising from those who lived and died without discovering and fulfilling their destiny. You are the best candidate for the destiny God planned for you.
If you don’t do what God planned for you to do, He will find a replacement, but you are the best for what God raised you for. That is why you must fight to preserve yourself and make yourself available to God because nobody thinks like you or sees life the way you do; you are just you! Be careful that you are not de-emphasizing your place in God’s eternal plan. You have your place and it is important that you take yourself serious and keep qualifying yourself for the divine opportunities allocated to your destiny.
When I am invited to an assembly to preach and the minister who just finished preaching before I was called up was one whose manner of preaching is to shout and excite the people, people wonder at my soft speaking. However, twenty minutes into my message, the Holy Spirit has drawn their hearts because I am me. You are you, you are not me. I have something to contribute that you cannot; you also have something to contribute that I cannot.
Understanding this truth helps you to pursue your destiny to the fullest because there are people that are allocated to be touched by God through your life, calling and ministry. Your destiny may lie in ministry (like me) or in governance like Joseph and Daniel or in family like Mary the mother of Jesus, or the mother of John and Charles Wesley. If you would only take yourself serious from today, then only can God determine how far you will go.
PRAYER: Lord, I refuse to be a loss to the economy of heaven. I receive grace to get to the height of my divine destiny in Jesus’ name. Amen!
BIBLE IN A YEAR: Micah 1:1-4:13, Revelation 6:1-17, Psalm 134:1-3, Proverbs 30:1-4