We All Have a Unique Calling
Each of us has a calling. The Lord intends for us to fulfill a specific calling or purpose in His perfect time. You have been uniquely created and have special physical, mental, and spiritual abilities. Just like your unique fingerprints, you have unique characters and gift. You have no identical copy. You have beauty beyond all compare. You have been called by God for a specific task, and empowered with the necessary skills, aptitudes, and desires to accomplish His will. Have you been listening and waiting for your next mission?
– Every calling from God is for a specific purpose (Ephesians 2:10)
– Christian or secular work can both be callings
God calls us in unique ways. Do you think Moses asked for a burning bush experience? God communicates to you and me in completely different ways. Each of us has a personal unique way, because God wants our experience with Him to be unique. Have he been calling you to do something? From a Biblical perspective, callings often come without specific details but require submission.
Once the Lord starts to reveal His will for us, our lives will be spiritually productive. But what we need to allow the Lord to exercise His will in and through our lives. Other calling principles are that, a calling can happen at any age, Moses was called at age 80, you may already be in your calling, in a business, but simply need a fresh view.
There are many men and women who are extraordinarily gifted in business, but who want to be involved in meaningful ministry. Your business can be your ministry. I speak to people every day finding ways to use their business in divine ways.
If you’re not sure of your calling, be faithful where you are. If the Lord has not revealed your calling, prepare for you future by developing your character by investing time with Christ. Bloom who you are, remember if we are faithful with today’s responsibilities, the Lord knows He can trust us with greater responsibilities. He, who is faithful in a very little thing, is faithful also in much and he who is unrighteous in very little things is also unrighteous in much. Luke 16-10.