Every man on earth is driven by something whether he knows it or not. You can either be driven by ignorance or be driven by purpose.
When a man has not discovered what to do, he is driven by ignorance. It does not matter if he is educated. When such a man has not discovered the essence for his living, he is driven by ignorance.
Knowledge is the platform with which purpose is discovered. Undiscovered purpose places a man in a place where he is driven by ignorance.
A discovered purpose enables you see clearer. I.e. purpose when discovered gives you focus. In every individual, there is a purpose.
There is a purpose tied to everyone on earth. But it is so unfortunate, that so many Christians seek to buy the purpose of others, not realizing that they are meaningful in their own way.
When you have not discovered a thing, you cannot be driven by it. You have got to first discover purpose, before you can fulfill it. Until your purpose becomes your driving force, you would not be able to fulfill it.
When you discover purpose, a passion to achieve it springs up. Purpose is not quantified by wealth, riches or material possessions. A successful man in the eyes of God is not a wealthy man, but a man that has fulfilled purpose.
Purpose is synonymous with life. From our opening scripture, we see that in God there is a flow of life (purpose). God wants us to discover that flow and plug into it. Fulfillment can only come when you have plugged yourself into that flow.
True purpose has its glory in Christ. Any purpose that you pursue or seek to fulfill that is not foundational on God is not true purpose. You can only find true purpose in God.
For you to live a successful life here on earth, you have got to be driven by purpose. You are on earth for a reason; God never chooses something for nothing.
You have been chosen by God (1 Peter 2:9).
I am fulfilling my purpose today. I plug into the flow of life, that I might get life. I am driven by purpose. Amen!
Matthew 6:33, Jeremiah 29:11