If you have been reading along with me on the last few posts, you may think I am about to lose it but actually I think I am getting closer to finding it. Listen to the song which is featured in this article and ask yourself if you ever feel this way? Third Day did a very good job in describing what is in my heart and mind lately. I really really really desire for God to send me a new revelation or confirmation about the direction that my personal ministry needs to move in. Yes, I have certain obligations that I will perform for my organization… this is also part of our (my) ministry and I am extremely thankful for the opportunity to serve through such an awesome sending group with such a deep history. Yet, for the sake of this article, I want to differentiate between my organizational goals and my personal ministry goals. I also am trying to figure out if somehow these two areas of ministry can coexist. So, as you click and listen to the song… ask yourself the same question. Are you comfortable in the direction you are heading with your own personal ministry or do you need a new revelation from God about it? Think about it… and don’t be afraid to ask the question.
Yes, sometimes it seems so close but it is still far away… shrouded in mist… unclear. What exactly does God have me here for? How can I actually do something significant for the sake of His Kingdom. Again I remind myself that “I” cannot do much in my own power. Quite frankly, as I get older, it is sometimes a challenge to simply wake up feeling fit and full of energy. Can you relate? Well, with age also comes life experience which we can share with others and hopefully… wisdom to not repeat the mistakes from the past. So, pray with me that God will help us all to find our way to His perfect path and will which will do the most good for His Kingdom sake… He deserves our best. Amen.
Listen to a good song by Third Day:
This song is from my personal library of music and is only provided here for your listening pleasure not to download.
Thank you for understanding the artist’s rights and respecting them.