Fulfilling God’s Purpose.

Have you ever wondered; how that you made it out of the other millions of sperm cells which competed to fertilize the ovum that became an embryo which later develop into a neonate (a new born baby)? Have you also wondered how you lived to the day of delivery? A lot of pregnancies didn’t get to this stage, whether it was human induced or nature induced, but you did.

All of these human reproductive health stages mentioned are God’s purposes that have been carefully planned out – even before He got started on creation.

You made it through either the strains and stress of a natural delivery, ceasarean section (CS) surgery or an assisted delivery, and you weren’t part of the statistics of any perinatal and neonatal death.
Likewise, you survived the neonatal period (i.e The first 28 days of a new born baby’s life) even though it was a very delicate period where one is vulnerable to different childhood illnesses.
You moved through the infancy stage to childhood stage, and escaped being part of the under-five year mortality cases and got through other life stages before the adulthood stage.

Before I formed thee in the belly I knew thee; and before thou camest forth out of the womb I sanctified thee, and I ordained thee a prophet unto the nations.

Jeremiah 1:5 (KJV)

Purpose is the essence of life which is the reason why God allowed us to come to the earth; to fulfil that purpose. For Jeremiah, as we saw above, he was appointed to be a prophet even before he was born as being stated in the bible verse.

God makes no mistakes, there’s a reason for everything He does. All of His purposes have been carefully planned out even before He got started on creation. Every one of your experiences doesn’t occur without His foreknowledge. God knows and sees all.

If you’re at a point in life where you’re asking the important question, why am I on earth? It is best to seek God out. There is a divine appointment already for God’s children as an ordination of God’s purpose that everyone has been called unto.

I must work the works of him that sent me, while it is day: the night cometh, when no man can work.

John 9:4 (KJV)

There is a common saying goes, “The purpose of a thing is not known, when abuse is inevitable.”
By fulfilling God’s purpose, with the privilege of life that is given to us, we must start to work, and find out what God has in mind for our lives, and consistently carry out the tasks assigned to us, because the night is coming that no one will be able to work.

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