Phew! It’s been a minute… Let me catch you up… I found myself having to take a seat because I was lost. So I have to ask …..What do you do when the dream you have been going after now seems to have been a mirage?
Honestly, since the start of my new year( after my birthday ), I felt like I was in a desert. I searched for an oasis that could give me one drink of water or just a little hope that I was on the right path.
What do you do when your life path crosses a dry spot? How will you continue to walk in your purpose when the picture is no longer clear and filled with fuzzy images?
This is where I found myself the last few months. Questioning God and what He had shown me—knowing that the answer was with God but still feeling disconnected from Him.
See, the oasis I was looking for already existed; it was God! And the mirages were all illusions that I followed instead of keeping my eyes on the Father, which lead me into a desert place.
“I don’t depend on my own strength to accomplish this; however, I do have one compelling focus: I forget all of the past as I fasten my heart to the future instead. I run straight for the divine invitation of reaching the heavenly goal and gaining the victory prize through the anointing of Jesus.”Philippians 3:13-14 TPT The path to your purpose thrives on your understanding that the impossible is always possible with God. Your hopes can become a reality by walking and working with God and his plans for your life. Our History reminds us of our victories but also many times of our defeats. This is a place where we are not meant to stay but is used as a picture of what was. The story about the runner not looking back is an example of the direction you should be facing. FORWARD !! Your attention is needed in the present, not the past( which is where I found myself ). Keep your eyes on the one who gave you the promise, for He is the one that will sustain you. The purpose is tied to your belief in what God has called you to. So the question is, do you believe the impossible is possible with God? I do!