We’re unable to make decisions precisely because there are so many paths to choose from, and we’re not sure where we’re aiming to get to. We keep our options open—even as they overwhelm us—so that we don’t miss out or get it wrong.
With so many decisions to be made in what seems like an endless sea of choices at every turn, how do we know if we are living the life God created us for? How do we know the decisions we make are what God wants us to do? Here are three suggestions to point you closer to knowing if you are living the life God created for you.
David won multitudes of battles because he listened to the Lord’s guidance before he pursued an enemy. He is an example to us that seeking divine vision is the path to success. These 6 biblical principles will teach us how to live a successful life
There is nothing wrong with wanting to become a better version of ourselves. Self-actualization and reaching our full potential sounds almost Biblical, but it’s not. The Bible doesn’t teach about potential. It teaches us about purpose.
Over a hundred years ago, the famous preacher Charles Spurgeon reminded Christians, “Time is short. Eternity is long. It is only reasonable that this short life be lived in the light of eternity.” These words remain true as ever for Christ-followers alive today.