Discovering your purpose in life


 Discovering your purpose in life

Some of us are lucky with life and we know what our purpose is. Those of us that don't know what our purpose is, it can be difficult to determine.

In this blog post, you will learn what your Life Purpose is and how to find it. You'll learn about the 5 most common types of Life Purpose and the ways that they can be combined. This will give you a clearer idea of what you're drawn to, where you want to spend your time, and what type of career path would suit you best. This blog post also talks about the steps that need to be taken in order for someone with a clear idea of their purpose in life to achieve their goals.

Eight Tips for Safe Holiday Travel

by John Smith 

Every year my family drives down from New York City so we can spend Christmas with my grandparents in Florida. It's a long drive (around twelve hours) and, with our three young children, it can be a bit of a stressful experience. Therefore, we've come up with a few tricks for making sure that the trip goes as smoothly as possible. I thought I'd share them with you in this post.

Tip one: Do it at off-peak hours. If you can avoid doing it during rush hour or on the biggest holidays (Thanksgiving and Christmas), do so! There will be less traffic to contend with and it will make things easier on everyone.

Tip two: Let everyone know how much longer they're going to be driving for before they start losing their minds. This will give them a sense of control and may allow you to get to bed a little earlier than you planned.

Tip three: Download an app like Waze. It's a great navigation system that lets you know, ahead of time, how many minutes to expect between turns. It can also let you know the speed limit in the upcoming town or if there are construction delays in the road. We've used it so much that we've almost gotten used to it!

Tip four: Invest in safe car seats for your children, especially if they're getting to be toddler age or older. It can help tremendously to avoid car accidents.

Tip five: Bring plenty of snacks to keep your kids occupied in the car. Nothing is worse than being stuck in bumper-to-bumper traffic with a screaming kid. Every minute that passes is a minute closer to their meltdown, and you'll end up being blamed for the entire experience.

Tip six: Make sure everyone has plenty of liquids with them and snacks for when they get hungry. You don't want to have to pull over and run into a gas station because your kid has thrown up on your new sweater; that's not an experience anyone needs!

Tip seven: Plan ahead for bathroom stops before you leave. Think about it: You're going to be stuck in a car with up to eight people in a confined space. You can only go when the traffic light allows you, and drinking while driving is illegal. It will be a very long day! Plan out ahead of time how often you're going to need to stop so you don't get backed up the entire time.

Tip eight: Be prepared for negative comments from other drivers. This is inevitable, but try not to let it get under your skin! Most people aren't thinking that poorly of you or your family. They're just trying to keep themselves from pulling over on the side of the road or ending up in another accident.

The Story of David and Goliath

by John Smith 

A Hero who knew what he was made for, was fighting against a giant. David's sling had only three stones in it, but Goliath's shield weighed six hundred shekels of brass and had impenetrable armor on it. David raised his arm and let the stars fall one by one until his sling had no more room to hold them. Then he called out to God, "Please give me strength." And when he let the stars fall with all his force on Goliath's head, they did not even scratch him. David yelled out to the giant, "Your time has come!" And he ran him through with his sword.

David's Battle with Goliath is a story that has been told and retold over and over again. It is one of the most famous and most important stories in all of history, not just because it helped David win the battle, but because it shows us what God's strength is like.

When we feel like our strength is gone, all we have to do is get a hold of God's strength and let Him move our hearts to do things on His behalf. That's what David did in this story. He took hold of his strength and stood for everything that was right and good.

5 Extremely Common Mistakes!

by John Smith 

Humans are naturally prone to making mistakes. When we're young, we tend to make small mistakes. When we get older, those small mistakes grow into big ones. Mistakes can make us feel like a failure, and they can cause us to be ashamed or embarrassed of who we are. But it's important to remember that nobody is perfect. We will always make some kind of mistakes; the key is learning from them before they become big problems in our lives. That's why I think it's so important to learn from the mistakes of others. These mistakes are some of the ones that I've personally made in my life, and because I'm a human too, they are probably things that you or someone you know has made themselves. If you're making one of these mistakes right now, don't beat yourself up! This is nothing to feel ashamed about; it's just something to recognize and move past so it doesn't keep holding you back from the things that you really want.

1) Being afraid to admit when we're wrong

I used to be terrified of admitting when I was wrong. I'd been taught that if you're wrong, you're a failure. I would come from a long line of people who have always told me that being wrong was bad and embarrassing. They would tell me that it was good to know what you're talking about, and admitting when you're wrong is how you learn. But no matter how much I tried to convince myself that I knew more than I actually did, the curve of my knowledge continued to rise while the curve of my pride continued to fall. It wasn't until I started reading books by some of the great Christian authors, like J.C.

Conclusion: It's OK to admit when you're wrong. Jesus Himself tells us that we may all be wrong about something, but we don't have to be ashamed of it! He says that if someone is speaking a word with wisdom and humility in it, we should listen and consider what he is saying. We need to take His words seriously and weigh them against our own opinions (Luke 6:37-45). That means that even if you did make a mistake, there's no reason for you to feel bad about it!

2) Letting others determine what's right and wrong for us

I also used to let others decide what was right and wrong for me.

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