#692 – The 8 P’s of Purpose

Purpose is non-negotiable, but due to the choices of Adam, purpose has eluded us all, in a sense. I firmly believe that your purpose is all around you and will take some efforts to realize.

Purpose cannot be lost, added to or missed. Purpose is the reason you were born. It is the anointing you carry and provocateur for every trial, tribulations and test your face.

Your purpose is so powerful, that God sealed it while in utero. Every scenario in your life, every person you have met and every problem you have face was designed to produce God’s manifested purpose.

While everything around you is temporal and subject to change. The one thing that remains, eternally is your purpose. Purpose is perpetual, purpose is inevitable and most importantly purpose is so powerful that it cannot be found, Purpose finds you.

Here are the 8 P’s of purpose:

The first question is, what am I passionate about? What are you willing to do for free, because you love to do it? When you are passionate, supervision is not needed, you are motivated by the work.

The second question is, what problems do I see? If you are asked to solve a problem more than 3 times, you should create a solution. What are the unique problems you see, in your environment?

The third question is, what pains you and what pain have you overcome? Pain is inevitable and universal, each person has been detached from, rejected or abandoned on some level. Those wounds take time to heal and connected to those wounds are trauma and possibly fears. If you can build and create a solution around pain or fear you can help yourself, while helping others.

The fourth question is, what have you perfected or what do you do precisely well? Precision is mastery. What have you mastered? What are you an expert at doing?

The fifth question is, where is your power? What are you recognized for doing well. What do outsiders praise you for doing in an exceptional way?

The sixth is what do you prioritize? What are the things that you value most? Under pressure, what do you protect? The pressure of having it all or having it all taken away.

The 7th question is about People. Is there a type person or a group, outside of your family that your empathize on behalf of?

The 8th question is about Possibilities.
What are the best possible outcomes, what do you hoping to become a reality. What you do want specifically: what are five goals Spiritually, economically, socially, Personally and Professionally.

Jeremiah 1:5

“Before I formed you in the womb I knew you, before you were born I set you apart; I appointed you as a prophet to the nations.”

Ephesians 1:4

For he chose us in him, before the foundation of the world, to be holy and blameless in love before him.

2 Timothy 1:9

For God saved us and called us to live a holy life. He did this, not because we deserved it, but because that was his plan from before the beginning of time to show us his grace through Christ Jesus.

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