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Last week we read that you should discover your spiritual gifts.  Afterward, whatever you do with your gifts is up
to you.  Once you have decided how to use your gifts, God will give you the desires of your heart.

Let’s continue reading.

Psalms 37:23  If the Lord delights in a mans way, he makes his path straight.

Proverbs 16:9  In his heart a man plans his coarse, but the Lord determines his steps.

Proverbs 19:24  A mans steps are directed by the Lord.  How can anyone understand his way.

These three verses suggest that you can choose your coarse to serve God and he will direct your steps to
make your hearts desire come true.

To review, it is important to figure out your natural gifts.  Whatever you do with your gifts is up to you.  Once
you have decided how to use your gifts, God will direct your steps to give you the desires of your heart.  For
example, if your natural gift is teaching, you can teach in Sunday school, or teach by writing a book, or teach in a
summer camp, or teach on the mission field, etc.  The choice is yours.  Once you have decided, God will help
guide your steps to give you the desires of your heart.

Many Christians deeply struggle with Gods calling for their life.  Sometimes they believe God is leading them this
way.  Sometimes they believe God is leading them that way.  They become confused.  This is because God doesn’t
micro manage your life.  You can do anything, anywhere at any time.  You will be more effective and enjoy
your work more if you discover your natural gifts first.  Then use your gifts to do anything, anywhere at
any time.  God will always be with you, departing wisdom along the way.

Just as we discovered in the category “Specific Mate,”  you have a choice.

Next week, we will read if there are a special few people who have a specific task set out by God?

Thank you so much for reading.  God bless.

Jeff

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