Having a life purpose is important. Organizational growth experts, therapists and coaches alike will agree. I’ll tell you the same: God created you with a purpose. But the truth is, a sense of purpose is not enough.
A hammer has a life purpose. Coffee makers and nails and ironing boards have a purpose. Who wants to be a hammer in the back of the tool box?
You know what happens to utilitarian things that have a purpose? They get used. Frankly, no one wants to be used. No, the purpose God’s given you is more than this.
God doesn’t want to use you.
At least not in the utilitarian sense. Here’s what I mean: