Purpose In Life

Our purpose in life is what brings out the passion in our heart when we are involved in doing it. It’s what you were meant to be doing, your life’s calling.

It’s when you have a passionate conviction in your soul that your life can make a difference, a gift that can impact the lives of others.

You were not called into “insignificance” and you find that you have to improve yourself to have a connection with the Spirit and receive guidance on the work you were called to do.

This passion you have for a certain subject or activity, you will find extremely fulfilling, so much so, that you would be very sad to live without it.

If money were not needed to live, you would enjoy doing this for free. You must commit to it without fear, accept divine guidance, strengthen your good points, and get ready to watch the passion increase in your life.

Your purpose in life is not so your own needs are met; it is so that our Creator’s ultimate agenda can move forward in this world.  Only you know what your calling is, stop looking to outside sources, their calling is different than yours.

Many times your purpose is revealed when there is a crisis and you seem to know exactly what to do to help those in need.  You may not know very much about your purpose in life, right now, but you don’t need to; you will learn more when the time is right then you will be called to do more.

The purpose you have fits in with a group of people that you may not even be aware of. You don’t have to generate the audience that you are going to impact; they are out there, waiting for you.

It’s where you belong and where you will teach others through your service. This is very important for you to realize about your purpose in life.
If you are not serving others, if it’s about your own ambition, then it’s not really a calling.

A spiritual mind is never self-focused, it’s service focused.
A spiritual person never thinks of what they want first, they think of what the other person needs.

What you have to give others from the life you have lived will be an inspiration to those that need mercy and kindness.

We are called to serve in these areas, service to Spirit, humanitarian causes, and environmental reasons.

Living your calling is a science in healing; by serving the Spirit, you help humanity, which in turn energizes you and your environment.

Listen; is there a small voice inside that is speaking to one of those things, or possibly all of them?

When you realize your purpose in life and commit to it without fear, the obstacles you encounter will pale in comparison to the target ahead of you, your life’s calling.


At the end of the day, ask yourself;

“Did I make enough of a difference on this planet, out of billions of people, that my adversary knew who I was?

“I have concluded that the accumulation of wealth, even if I could achieve it, is an insufficient reason for living. When I reach the end of my days, a moment or two from now, I must look backward on something more meaningful than the pursuit of houses and land and machines and stocks and bonds. I will consider my earthly existence to have been wasted unless I can recall a loving family, a consistent investment in the lives of people, and an earnest attempt to serve the God who made me. ”
– Dr. James Dobson, Jr.