Everyone has a purpose in life, including you!
Your purpose is to reflect God. It’s to be God’s presence wherever you go and in whatever you do.
When you get up in the morning, your purpose is to be grateful for all the opportunities for progress that lie before you.
When you go to work, your purpose is to demonstrate worth and value, to prove your usefulness, to spread love and cheer around the workplace and to be a blessing to everyone you come into contact with.
When you look at your to-do list for the day, your purpose is to be grateful that you have something to do, that you have the ability to follow through and finish that list with grace and poise and that you can stay in a good mood all the while.
When you come home to an empty apartment, your purpose is to reflect on the fullness of God’s love that greets you at the door and keeps you good company while resting and living in that apartment.
When reading the news, your purpose is to pray for anyone out in the world that has less than you do and bless them with the truth that their needs are met by God too.
When walking around wondering what to do with your time, your purpose is to recognize that what you do with your mind is the most important activity of all, and that you can be mentally and spiritually productive at all times.
When suffering with a sickness, your purpose is to know God’s love better than ever that takes away that illness.
When afraid of the future, your purpose is to know that all of God’s good is here and now.
When wondering what your purpose is, your purpose is to remember that when you reflect love, wisdom, and gratitude, you are living true to your God-appointed purpose, and that you are doing what is needed most of all.