Find your burden, find your destiny
“But God demonstrates His own love toward us, in that while we were still sinners, Christ died for us.” Romans 5:6, NKJV.
There are different meanings for what a burden is. Yet, the best definition is to have a charge or duty to meet a need. It is not the heaviness of a problem, but the heaviness on the heart to find an answer. It is a great need that you see and you are moved with compassion to fulfill it. You can’t help to do something about, and you can’t help but to get involved. God has put it there in your heart and you can’t help but to do it.
Some men wonder why they haven’t found what to accomplish for God in their lives. You haven’t found your burden from the Lord for something. Show me someone that has done something great for God, and I’ll show you the burden the fueled it. I’ll show you their passion. I’ll show you the burden that will moved them to give up mediocrity for greatness.
Yet, it is God’s burden that doesn’t make you heavy. It makes you light. You can run and not get weary. You can walk and not faint with God’s burden because He will give you grace to do it. If you find your burden, you’ll find His grace and great joy. If you find your burden, you’ll find it’s connected to God’s anointing (power) and favor.
This is the same burden toward us that drove Jesus to give His life for us, and your burden, your passion, will drive you to give your life for it too. If you are seeking for what God has called you to do. If you are seeking what you were created for. Find your burden and you’ll find your destiny.
Prayer: Oh Father, Give me a burden. Show me my passion. Give me a burden so heavy to be the answer that I can’t help but to run and accomplish it. I can’t help but to feel compelled to leave everything to achieve it. Show it to me. Give me a heart like Yours toward people Lord. I will do what you created me to do. In Jesus’ name I pray, Amen!
Study: Matthew 14:14, Romans 5:6-8, 9:1-3, Hebrews 12:2