What are your heart desires?

 

I am always wondering if I am doing what God wants me to do. I know that we must treat others the way we want to be treated. We also have to make sure that we bring others to God. The problem is that God works in mysterious ways, so how would we know if we are doing the right thing. Moses would not think that a staff would free his people. Peter would never imagine that he had to go to jail to spread the word of God. Lastly, who would have thought that a carpenter would be crucified on the cross for our sins? I found a bible verse that will help us find our true calling. Exodus 31:1-11 talks about Bezalel and Oholiab. God appointed these two to build a tabernacle. The Holy Spirit helped them to design the tabernacle and helped them to teach others. The main point of this story is how Bezalel and Oholiab let the Holy Spirit moved them. We sometime have that gut feeling that we need to something else in life. We start to make excuses and never make that move. What happens after that is you start to feel empty because you are not doing what you heart desires. It could be as small as volunteering your time to a worthy cause, or holding Bible studies in your living room. If you feel this is your calling, you should do it because God will support you. You know that God is not telling you to do something criminal or sinful.  If you are doing something to let his light shine, he will send the Holy Spirit to guide you. Do not ignore that inner voice that tells you to try something new because you might be ignoring the Holy Spirit. Keep the faith, and branch out to use your gift to help build the kingdom of God.

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