We invite you to dedicate or rededicate your life to Jesus Christ!
Our Heavenly Father has a wonderful destiny planned for each one of us. In this video, Sid Roth and Robert Henderson discuss the courts of Heaven. As you watch, you will learn about overcoming negative spiritual influences through prayer.
You’ll learn how to pray in accordance with God’s will for your life through faith in Jesus. Our prayer for you is that as you watch this teaching, you will pray along with Robert and Sid for spiritual breakthrough in your life, In Jesus’ Name! Be blessed as you embrace another step in securing Your Godly Destiny!
In this video, Jossy Chacko shares his story of personal transformation and how he used his business knowledge to make a difference for others. His company, Half-Time Australia, is named from his revelation that the first half of his life was training for the second half of his life - which was to be filled with meaning and purpose.
About this video, Half-Time Australia opines, "Jossy Chacko shares his amazing story. Jossy started life in India, was successful and driven in business in Australia, but then discovered life purpose and significance which caused him to pursue a completely different and dynamic lifestyle and direction. Be inspired as you watch this one!"
Have you reached your halftime moment? Is it time for you, and your family, to transition from figuring it out to living it out. Is it time to realize your Godly destiny? Just some food for thought.
In this video, Will Edison encourages us to "try" as it relates to discovering our Godly destiny. Often, we must make an effort to find that unique thing for which we are passionate and called. Will opines, "No matter where you are in your journey to becoming who God made you to be, get up and go use your current circumstances to glorify Him and be a light to those around you, NOW! How can you use where you are in your life, right here and right now, to bring glory to His Kingdom?"
We pray that you step out, try some things, and ultimately discover, unlock and live your Godly destiny.
In this video, Guy Kawasaki outlines the idea that to be successful people must focus on making meaning rather than making money. He shares that there are three primary ways to make meaning which include:
By having one or more of these main ideas as an internal motivator, you will unlock the personal and group engagement necessary to accomplish great things. This is obviously near and dear to our hearts as we pivot our entire ministry from a place of helping others discover, unlock and live their Godly destiny. Or, said another way - "Make Meaning."
Do you like straight talk from an English billionaire? If so, then you will enjoy this simple encouragement on taking personal responsibility rather than blaming circumstances.
If you are interested in discovering, unlocking and living your Godly destiny, then please kindly take this short video to heart.
This article appeared in Charisma's online magazine 1/12/16 and is a perfect fit for our library which links to resources which help you discover your Godly destiny. Vallontton opines, "American culture is fixated on always moving on to the next big thing.
If you're single, it's "when are you getting married?" If you're married, it's "when are you going to have kids?" If it's your career, it's "what is your five-year plan?" All of this can feel like a ton of pressure to have it all figured out.
To not only know exactly where you're going in life, but to know the perfect route to get there.
It has become all too common in the church for many to defer to "God's plan" for our lives. On its surface, it sounds like a "good, Christian" approach to life, but what if I told you it's not true? That God does not have a plan for your life?
Allow me to explain.
I believe without a shadow of a doubt that God has a purpose for every single person on the planet, but I do not believe He has a plan. What I mean by that is God has called each and every one of us to fulfill a particular role in the context of history, and there are 1,001 ways He can get us there. Instead of a singular, pre-mapped path to your final destination, it's a little bit more like a "choose your own adventure" story.
Revelation chapter 13 tells us that Jesus was crucified from the foundation of the world. Before the world ever had a problem, God had an answer.
It's beautiful that God had this laid out from before the beginning; that His Son, Jesus, would be born and die as a sacrifice for the sins of man that had not yet occurred. But isn't it interesting that in that grand purpose God had for the life, death and resurrection of Jesus, there was no room at the inn for Him to be born?
The following article is Day One from Rick Joyner's Daily Devotional. Rick Joyner is famous for saying, "Keep the main thing, the main thing," and in this write-up he reminds us of the main thing as it relates to God in general, and Christ's destiny in you specifically. We recommend that you read this short devotional encouragement with your mind set upon the idea of discovering your Godly destiny. We believe this will help you set the foundation for eventually living your Godly destiny.
Joyner pens, "In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth (Genesis 1:1).
Understanding the beginning is the beginning of understanding. The first verse in the Bible may include the four most important words ever written—"in the beginning God." The understanding of this one verse is the foundation upon which all truth is based. Before we can comprehend the end of the age, or our present purposes, we must first understand the beginning. This is the foundation upon which everything else is built.
"In the beginning God"—these four words are worthy of a lifetime of study, and will be the basis upon which an eternity of worship will be founded. We exist because of God. We, therefore, owe Him everything. He alone is worthy of our worship and devotion.
At the end of the age, the most pressing philosophical controversies still revolve around our origin. This is understandable because when we answer this one question right, the answers to all other questions are possible. If we answer it wrong, the door opens to almost every form of darkness and deception.
Just as the strength of a foundation will determine the magnitude of what can be built upon it, the depth to which we understand this one truth about our origin can determine the spiritual strength of our entire lives. When we understand that we had our beginning in God, and that He made us for His purposes, we are compelled to return to Him. The truth of our beginning is also the beginning of all truth. Since He made us, we are His. Therefore, His purpose and His plan must guide us.
If God made us, then we can no longer claim to be the centers of this universe. He is the center. Jesus is the Alpha and the Omega, the Beginning and the End. He is I Am. All things will be summed up in Him. Just as every compass will point to the magnetic north, all else will ultimately point to Him, the magnetic pole of truth. With this pole of truth in our hearts, we have a basis for every decision—what is His will? All things came from Him and all will return to Him. This is our destiny and the goal of our lives—to return to the One who made us, and to serve Him in all things.
In this video, Drew Dudley teaches us "we have all changed someone’s life — usually without even realizing it. In this funny talk, Drew Dudley calls on all of us to celebrate leadership as the everyday act of improving each other’s lives." (Ted Talks)
We might consider renaming this video "Everyday Purpose." As Christians, we have Godly purpose woven into our very being - to be the salt and the light - to understand our role as leaders who make things better - and impact lives all around with the Love of Christ.
As such, understanding the ideas shared in this Ted Talk will help you discover your Godly destiny.
This short and beautiful video by Di Fruscia Photography with music by Clement DeMaria is a great opportunity to take a breath and quietly contemplate your Godly purpose.
The following poem is offered with this production:
"We are all different
But all the same
We were all brought here for one reason
And that is to create
We all need to find that special place
Where time stands still and dreams are born
A place we can be free, A place we can simply be
How to find such a place cannot be told
Through life experiences it will unfold
We must all find our purpose
Find what makes us feel alive
And stop finding excuses, Simply to justify
We must live with passion
Don't let our past dictate our future
Be who we should be
And embrace life in all its glory
If there is something you wish to be
Don't wait any longer
Because tomorrow might be too late...
The Perfect Time is Now
Take the first step
And you will see that life is beautiful."