God Calling On My Life

I have been a Christian for a long time now. Ever since I was a young child, I have always believed in God and the power of prayer. Even though I grew up in church and had the opportunity to learn about God, many people don’t know how to begin their own relationship with God, or how to grow it into something more meaningful than just going through the motions on Sunday mornings. For example, there are times when even Christians feel like they’re not being called by God into service; they feel like they’re just existing instead of actually living out their faith. But what if you could be sure that you were hearing God calling you right now? That’s what we’ll talk about today!

God Calling On My Life

1. God I hear your voice.

God speaks to us in many ways. He speaks to us through the Bible, through our circumstances, through other people, and sometimes even through our thoughts or emotions.

The voice of God is always there for us when we need him most. All you have to do is listen for it!

God will often use other people as his spokespeople too! Just look at the story of Noah’s ark – God spoke to Noah through a message from another man called Methuselah who was very old at that time (Genesis 6:18).

2. God, I want to be your disciple.

God is calling on your life. God is calling on your life to be his disciple. Not just a follower, but actually a disciple. A disciple means that you have committed yourself and are being called to go out and make disciples of other people.

God has called me to be one of his disciples as well, and that’s what we’re going to talk about today: How does God call us? How does he do this? What does it mean when he calls us? How can we know if it’s really him calling us or if it isn’t really him calling us?

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Here’s another question: Why would you want to become a disciple of Jesus Christ in the first place? Let’s dive into that now!

3. I want to walk where you walk and talk where you talk.

God called on my life to help others find hope, peace, and purpose in their lives.

It is our responsibility as Christians to walk where God walks, talk where God talks and hear what God hears.

In doing this we will be able to love as he did, forgive as he does, and show compassion for others as well as ourselves.

4. I want to follow you in all that you do.

God is a good God.

God is a loving God.

God is a merciful God.

God is a forgiving God.

God is a healing God.

God is a restoring God.

God is a redeeming God.

5. The journey to this point has been a long one.

The journey to this point has been a long one. The story of my life and the many experiences I have had along the way are what lead me to believe that God is calling on my life. The first time I remember having a spiritual experience was when I was six years old. My mother took me and my family on vacation in Savannah, Georgia where we visited several historical sites including a church built during colonial times. On our last day there, we went shopping for souvenirs at an indoor flea market where there were several vendors selling various items such as jewelry and handcrafted furniture made out of wood. At one table, there was a man who had various statues which resembled angels but they were not exactly like any other angel statue that I had ever seen before so I asked him if he would let me hold one while he talked with someone else who wanted to buy some artwork from him at another table nearby us at which point

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6. This morning I came across a video by Pastor Cephas Tshuma, who spoke about our purpose in life.

This morning I came across a video by Pastor Cephas Tshuma, who spoke about our purpose in life.

• God has called you to him. He has created you to be his very own child for the purpose of knowing and loving him.

• Your calling is not just about you; it’s also about your family and community. You are part of something much bigger than yourself!

• You have a role in what God is doing in this world!

7. He said that we ask the Lord to use us, but the Lord never calls us unless we are already being used by the enemy.

What do you think?

The Bible says that we ask the Lord to use us, but the Lord never calls us unless we are already being used by the enemy.

We must be willing to be used by God, just as much as we must be willing to be used by the enemy, and even more so in order for God’s will or Kingdom purposes to be fulfilled in our lives. If you want to see God’s will on earth, then you must be willing to do whatever it takes, including giving up your life if necessary! That means not only surrendering everything unto Him (2 Corinthians 8:5), but also being willing to go through suffering, persecution, and hardship – even death itself – until He returns!

8. He said that the devil will use us for bad things until God reclaims us for his Kingdom and uses us for better things.

The devil will use us for bad things until God reclaims us for his Kingdom and uses us for better things.

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The devil knows that God has a plan for you, but he doesn’t want you to be part of it. So he’ll do whatever it takes to keep you from fulfilling that calling. The more we know about the enemy’s tactics, the stronger we can stand against them and win the battle over our lives.

9. We all have a purpose in life, sometimes we may not know it until God reveals it to us.

My purpose in life is to help people. I have been called by God to do this, and he has revealed this to me. We all have a purpose in life, sometimes we may not know it until God reveals it to us. As a child, I was always told that I would be great at helping people because of my personality and skillset. It wasn’t until my mid-twenties that I realized how much truth there was behind these words of encouragement.

Closing

I’m excited to share this story with you, but I want to make it clear that this is just one way God can speak. There are many other ways that He speaks to us, and if you feel like this isn’t your path, don’t worry! You might hear God in another way—and that’s okay! Because ultimately it doesn’t matter what method we use as long as we know how to listen to His voice. And once we do find Him speaking through us in whatever form it comes in, then all bets are off: Nothing can stop us from living our best lives ever!

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