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by Cultivate Mission
And finally, now that you know and understand who God wants you to be, what are you going to do about it?
What are some goals that you can set for yourself that fit in the DO category?
What is God calling you to do with your life? Your profession? Your family?
"Let us never forget that what we are is more important than what we do".
– Hudson Taylor
In light of the scripture, questions, and thoughts that you’ve written down in this journal, what are you going to do to take the next steps in your life?
What are the goals you want to accomplish that deal with who you are?
These aren’t goals that deal with tasks, but goals that address the state of your mind, heart, and spirit.
Who is God challenging you to BE?
Every one of these strengths, weaknesses, passions, interests, and experiences has created the person you are today.
God does not do things by accident.
He takes our lives and shapes them through every experience. Everything in your life has converged to lead to where you are—and where you will go in the future. Don’t discount anything.
Reflect on your life and remember that God has uniquely created YOU, with your experiences, to do YOUR part in His story.
Each of us also has some kind of education. Whether we just finished high school or have a PhD, we are all in the process of learning.
As we learn, our story continues to grow and change.
How has your education shaped you?
How can it continue to help you reach the goal of glorifying God with your life?
We all have so many experiences over the course of our lives. We travel. We learn. We have relationships.
All of these experiences shape and mold us into who we are.
How have your experiences impacted who you’ve become?
How do you want your experiences to impact you in the future?