Del Williams


Walking into Your Destiny

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The new thing lately has been for people to find their passion, destiny, God's will, or other choice word, but it seems to me is that the search is far more about the internal than changing a job, church, calling, or whatever.

People are not content. They do not know why, or how to change the feeling, so they change the things they can control. This leads to a cycle of constant change and unhappiness, because the real reason some people are unhappy has nothing to do with where they work or live. It has to do with their relationship with God and theirself. How they feel about their own life. Are they trying to live this picture perfect life that only exsists in fantasies or are they genuinly seeking their destiny?

Paul says in Philippians that he had learned to be content in whatever state he was in. I do not think that is the case today. People don't like something someone else is doing so they dump them, don't like the boss, change hours, don't like the church, go to another. You see, it has little to do with others and more about us. I don't mean we should take abuse from people at all, but even that word is being overused. Anytime we disagree we call them controlling, abusive, or whatever we can think of. Maybe they just disagree.

We will never find our "true" destiny until we are willing to show up in our own life and take responsibility for it. You can change all the external, but until you change the pattern will be repeated.

Shake off the junk and show up. The world is waiting to meet you.

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Indifference, to me, is the epitome of evil. Elie Wiesel
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Minnie Patmon-McLaurin said...

How do you make your true changes?