K is for Knowing

For the A to Z challenge this year, I’m posting about one of my favorite things: Living the life you were born to live. I’ve been so blessed with a family that constantly encourages me and builds me up and I want to pass that along to y’all! I’ll be traveling a lot during the month, so some of the posts are scheduled ahead of time and answering comments might take some time. I’ll try and keep up though. Thanks for stopping by! 

K is for Knowing… 

There’s nothing like knowing what you were born to do. When you finally grasp the fact that you are an unique and wonderful human, made in the image of God, with an amazing purpose for your existence, it’s life changing. 

There’s not a single ‘mistake’ person. Everyone is the handiwork of God. Yes, we live in a fallen world and we are very imperfect, but that doesn’t take away from the amazing things God can do through us. 

I know I was created to serve God and bring Him glory. I also know that God put the hunger for writing in me. During the hard times in my life, I am able to find peace through encouraging others through letters. I dream of one day changing the world (or at least the world for millions of people) through my writing. I believe God planted that dream in me. 

What about you? What do you know you were born to do? If you don’t know what you were born to do, why not ask God to show you? 😉

5 thoughts on “K is for Knowing

  1. Bekah says:

    I'm afraid I can't think up a word with the letter 'k' that means awesome…oh well. :-/

    Anyway, as to what I've been born to do, first off, I strongly believe that what I've been called firstly to do is to glorify God and I believe the talent He's given me is writing, so I can glorify God in that! Praise the Lord that we have something more to live for than just ourselves!

    His Princess,


  2. David Mabe says:

    Like they used to say on G.I. Joe, “Knowing is half the battle.” I guess doing was the other half. They never said. :-/ When we come to the realization that God has created us for a specific purpose it makes the journey so much more exciting and make for a richer experience. One thing that we can know beyond all doubt is the we were created for the specific purpose of worshiping God. The first question of the Westminster Catechism is an awesome reminder: “Q. 1. What is the chief end of man? A. Man's chief end is to glorify God, and to enjoy him for ever.” Have a great Saturday, or probably Sunday for you by now. I'll be praying for your safe travels as you head back.


  3. Aidyl Ewoh says:

    Agreed, Bekah! Praise God ever so much so that we have something to live for other than ourselves. That would be a very sad existence indeed!

    And no “K” words? Oh well. I found them hard to come up with at times for the challenge, I can imagine how hard it would be to come up with them for these posts. 🙂 I've been enjoying it, Bekah!


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