Just as our fingerprints are unique, the path to discovering God’s plan for our lives is also unique. But every great pursuit or accomplishment takes sacrifice; it takes the hard work of character, courage, and conviction to discover God’s plan for our life.
We all have talents and gifts that make us who we are. But too often, insecurity and self-doubt plague us with the fear that we aren’t good enough or will inevitably fail.
God’s dream is to free us from the things we feel imprisoned by. He wants us to feel comforted, confident, and happy.
Each of us was given a destiny. God chose our talents, our passions, our abilities, our strengths, and our weaknesses all before we were even born. Our destiny is not just about us.
What is my relationship with the truth? Do I suppress, exchange, reject, or welcome truth? In what area of my life and relationships do I resist facing truth most? How has my attitude and response to truth affected others?
How do you think greater spiritual depth could make a church strong? What can you do in your own life, family, and house church to make the church strong?