Is Your Compass Broken?

You’re not alone if you’ve ever felt directionless. I’ve met so many people recently that are searching for their purpose in life. They desperately desire to know what they’re supposed to do with their life. Their compass is spinning and out of a sheer overwhelming sense of lostness they resort to a mundane, trite, surface type of lifestyle.

If that’s you, don’t waste this part of the journey. If you’re a believer in Christ then God desires to grow you as you first seek Him and THEN his direction. If you’re not a follower of Christ, anything you seek to do with your future will be in vain. Give your life to Jesus Christ.

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2 thoughts on “Is Your Compass Broken?

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