Day 27: God created me to…

Here we go! Over the next few days, you will craft an image of your personal calling. Yesterday you read through your journal and highlighted the themes of your calling. Today we’re going to distill those themes into the first sentence of your calling image.

Read back over the highlighted words, phrases, and ideas in your journal. Use those themes to craft the big idea of what you sense God created you to be and do. (Don’t put too much pressure on yourself, there’s more to come tomorrow and you can take the next few days to edit.) Grab a pencil (and an eraser!) and work on completing this sentence…

God created me to…

Here are some ideas to get you started…

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God created me to encourage the discouraged.

God created me to speak truth.

God created me to comfort the brokenhearted.

God created me to bring order out of chaos.

God created me to support godly leaders.

God created me to engage the fringe.

God created me to design beautiful spaces…

Get the idea? Go for it!

Daily Journal Question: What has God created you to do? Read back over your highlighted list from yesterday and use those themes to catch the big idea of your calling. Finish the statement “God created me to…”

This post is part of a 31-day series designed to help you Discover Your Calling. To read the introduction and see the post titles in order, click here.

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