God Gave You Your Assignment Before You Were Born.

by | Aug 12, 2019

God Gave You Your Assignment Before You Were Born.
 “Josiah asked, “What is that monument I see?” The people of the city answered, “It’s the grave of the man of God who came from Judah. This prophet announced the things you have done against the altar of Bethel.”   2 Kings 23:17 (NCV)

God had given you a purposeful assignment before you were born physically here on this earth.
 You are definitely not a mistake, nor a mere coincidence.
HE carefully thought of you the moment HE gave life to your conception.
 God through a prophet had announced in 1 Kings 13 what was going to happen several years ago, and faithfully it came to pass as Josiah walking with God carried this out to the letter.
 “Before I made you in your mother’s womb, I chose you. Before you were born, I set you apart for a special work. I appointed you as a prophet to the nations.”Jeremiah 1:5 (NCV)
God has an ordained assignment for your life.
To know it and fulfill it, you will have to take the time to ask HIM.
Don’t continue living your life like an adventure.
Connect through the Holy Spirit and discover God’s blueprint for your life.
HE that has given you a purposeful life will empower you to fulfill it in Jesus name.
Today take time to ask God about your assignment in life.
 Pursue it with FAITH in HIS WORD, and it will surely come to pass.


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