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God definitely works in mysterious ways through His never ending and empowering flare on us. In this day and age, the world is trying to put chains on us because of our fears, doubts and burdens, but there is a higher being who is bigger than all of these circumstances.

From the Gospel of happiness which is in Philippians 1, Paul wrote,

Yes, and I will continue to rejoice, for I know that through your prayers and God’s provision of the Spirit of Jesus Christ what has happened to me will turn out for my deliverance. I eagerly expect and hope that I will in no way be ashamed, but will have sufficient courage so that now as always Christ will be exalted in my body, whether by life or by death.

When Paul was held captive in Jerusalem for 2 years, he was given the opportunity to share the gospel to the Roman soldiers. It might have been a different story if he was looking at it from a perspective of someone imprisoned and caged. But instead, he had a different angle all together. He used the time and circumstance to touch the Roman soldiers around him and became a catalyst for change. Eventually, he was able to convert all of them.

It’s funny how we always see the bad in everything. We look at things from a different perspective and sulk in sorrow while blaming people and God. Little did we know that our response to everything defines who we are when we meet the Lord on Judgment Day. All our fears turned into sins and all our good deeds despite pain will only be judged by Him.

We are called to respond to God’s calling by seeing through these 3 areas.

A. Circumstances

No matter what we do, trials will come before us and cage us from functioning rightfully as Christians. It is a challenge to overcome these obstacles, but if we deal with everything positively, we will always see the brighter side of life. We should open our hearts and turn problems into opportunities. Opportunities come by only once in our lives, so we should grab and maximize it all for the glory of God.

B. People

We are all different because of our personalities, characteristics, beliefs and opinions. We have enemies, we have friends; at the end of the day, we cannot choose the people entering our lives. The challenge is on how we will respond to God’s calling of evangelization. We must continue to teach the word of the Lord to anyone and everyone.

There are only two kinds of people we need to deal with: Those who are our MISSION, and those who are our PARTNERS. The former is our challenge, while the latter is our companion and challenge.

C. Life and Purpose

Our life’s purpose is to exalt the Lord and bring glory to His name.

John 3:30 tells us, “He must become greater and I must become less.”

It is definitely a challenge to become a consistent follower and believer, but through Him and in Him, we will always find our purpose and meaning. It may take time to realize certain areas in our lives, but once we understand how big and powerful our God is, we will be moved and become spiritually high.

From Romans 8:28, Paul speaks to us again,

And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love him, who[a]have been called according to his purpose.

As God’s children, we are called to walk with Him through the path of salvation and grace. It will never be easy, yes. We will be persecuted, yes. But should we give up and stop sharing the gospel of truth? No.

I have been a witness to God’s unending miracles and blessings. I feel empowered every time He makes me an instrument of His mission. God is honing my communication and writing skills in order to share His message of love for everyone. I may not be the most effective in delivering the good news, but I know that someday, people will believe only in Him and Him alone. I believe that my mission to educate people will be fruitful even until the next generation.