1 Corinthians 1:1 Paul, called to be an apostle of Jesus Christ through the will of God, and Sosthenes our brother,
There are always bouts of confusion that can creep into any action. If those actions are huge and have life changing or destiny altering potential, it makes them all the more heavier. Yet, there is a way to bypass all this confusion to gain clarity or purpose and identity. That is to return to our original manufacturer, to God himself.
As Paul’s own introduction in his letter to the Corinthians reads “Paul, called by the will of God to be”. For each one of us then, there is something we are called to be. Paul was called to be an Apostle, not of his own accord, but by the will of God. That is important to note because it is only in alignment with the will of God that true purpose for living is realised.
We will realise that we find the greatest fulfilment and make the most impact when we find ourselves doing what we are each called to be. Let us therefore pay the price to lock on to that discovery of purpose and plug in to the will of God through our alignment because in that, lies our becoming.