The Importance of Destiny But you are a chosen race, a royal priesthood, a holy nation, a people for his own possession, that you may proclaim the excellencies of him who called you out of darkness into his marvelous light. (1 Peter 2:9) Your destiny is one of the most important aspects of your walk […]
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Why were we created? This is a good question. Many theologians suggest man was created to give God worship. Personally, I think that is a shallow answer because it renders a shallow understanding of God. Think of it this way, how many parents have children for the express purpose of the child looking up to […]
Many folks start off their week working a job that either frustrates them or they downright hate. This is why knowing your purpose is important: if you know your purpose (which can only be found in the mind of the creator) you’ll discover your divine assignment (work – as opposed to a job, love to […]
The Alignment of the Man is a video teaching by Laymon Hornsby and Derrick Day, illustrating the importance of man’s relationship with God and his neighbor.
Click the link above to view this video teaching by Laymon Hornsby and Derrick Day, illustrating purpose as the precursor to assignment and destiny.
One of the best illustrations of operating in purpose is watching Tiger Woods swing a golf club. Tiger makes it look so effortless, everyone thinks they can swing like him. The reality is God gave him the ability to swing a Golf club such that, even when heâ€™s â€œworking,â€ heâ€™s at rest. This is the […]
How many folks have planned themselves into a career filled with blandness and mediocrity when God has called them to greatness — greatness that lies dormant and unfulfilled because of fear and the criticism of others? It’s easy to be mediocre — even a dead fish will move in the direction of the current. Greatness […]
The ability to do a thing and stick to it is the core of discipleship. One of the great problems in the Body of Christ is there is a lot of good preaching and teaching (well, and a lot of bad preaching and teaching, too. LOL) but not a lot of discipling. We need to […]