Today, we continue with the hidden path of destiny. This is also the hidden destiny in you that charts a path for you and tries to hook up to things that God has built inside your psyche, desire, passion, likes, dislikes, and so on. Though motivational speakers say you should not do what you do not enjoy, your destiny may actually be in a field that you neither like nor enjoy.
It is possible for life to have raised you up against your destiny. By the time my destiny to teach and preach the Gospel showed up, I did not like to stand in front of people. When I was in my penultimate year in secondary school, I changed to a day student when I was made the head of my house because I did not want to stand in front of people. Your destiny may be in the field that you are not comfortable with because something has damaged you.
It is the hidden destiny that is charting a path towards your eternal path when you see yourself in a dream doing what your destiny is linked to, but your real life and your dream are far from each other as the east is from the west. Joseph dreamt of becoming a leader to whom nations bowed, but at that time, the real question he had to contend with was how to translate his life to his dream. Don’t allow confusion, ignorance and damages from the past hijack your life. Your divine destiny is great in Christ and the hidden path keeps drawing you until your destiny breaks forth.

PRAYERLord, deliver me from everything that has blocked my vision from seeing the full scope of my destiny in Jesus’ name. Amen!

BIBLE IN A YEARHosea 6:1-9:17, 3 John 1:1-14, Psalm 126:1-6, Proverbs 29:12-14