Last night I attended my daughter Heather’s fun class and saw a friend there who I haven’t seen in awhile. We winded up talking about different things, and one of the things she mentioned as we were sharing our hearts was how she’d had two stillborn children. My heart went out to her.
I also found this to be interesting because in the teaching I”ll be doing for my teleseminar this coming Thursday at 11 a.m. (be sure to sign up!), I am sharing about how not fulfilling your purpose can be compared to a stillborn child.
A stillborn child is a horrible tragedy, and my heart goes out to those who have suffered its pain. A child who never was – who never was born, laughed, played, learned, grew up, blessing God and others with his or her precious life, gifts, and unique abilities.
When you don’t know what your purpose is or you aren’t walking in your God-ordained purpose, it’s as if your life, your mission, never was. It deprives people. You have something that others need. You were created for God’s pleasure, to further His kingdom, and to make a difference in the lives of other people.
To learn more about your purpose, be sure to sign up for my teleseminar here.