Monday, January 2, 2012

Lord, what do You want me to do?

Read Acts 9:1-22. Welcome to the first Monday  of 2012. Did you make some New Year's resolutions? Today I want to challenge you  with a question: What has God put in your heart to do? Because when you get in  the sweet spot of God's vision for your life, you'll be in the center of His will for 2012.

Every  person who has made a difference with their life has articulated a vision about  their future. Check out the visions of David (2 Samuel 7), Solomon (1 Kings 3:9),  Nehemiah (Nehemiah 2:5), and the apostle Paul (Acts 9:6). Paul's vision for his  life dramatically changed on the road to Damascus with one question: "Lord, what  do You want me to do?" It's a question we all should ask.

God's  vision for you can be your road map for 2012. Is there a purpose you've been sensing  for your life, yet you're avoiding it because it's out of your comfort zone? God  will grow you in the areas that need strengthening. He will never call you to  do something that He won't help you do. Remember Moses' lack of confidence and  God's assurance? (Exodus 3:11-12) Ask this question, and catch God's vision for  2012!

You will invest your life in something, or you will throw it  away on nothing.
Haddon Robinson

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