What is the biggest thing you would like to accomplish?
The client asked the coach, “What do you mean by developing a life purpose?” He was puzzled, “How do I know what my life purpose is? I just want to live my life day by day and enjoy the day as it is”. He continued, “Why would someone have to think about their whole life?” The coach asked a powerful question, “Why do you think we exist here on earth?” “How did we get here?” If a person is operating on the belief that man just evolved, then people don’t need a life purpose. However, if you believe we are created as the Bible teaches, a life purpose aligns with the creator. The question that the coach pursued was, “why did He create you?”
Digging Into The Bible
For we are God’s handiwork, created in Christ Jesus to do good works, which God prepared in advance for us to do.
Discussion & Discovery
What do you think when you read this verse?
What do you think God created you for?
How do you feel when you see yourself as God’s handiwork?
What do you think are the good works?
Application & Accountability
How should you go about finding your purpose?
What would be some practical steps to clarify my purpose?
How can other people help you in this journey?
Digging Into The Bible (Part 2)
Note Paul’s words in 2 Timothy 3:10 and see what he did,
You, however, know all about my teaching, my way of life, my purpose, faith, patience, love, endurance.
Discussion & Discovery (Part 2)
What do you need to do to clarify your teaching?
What do you need to do to clarify your purpose?
What do you need to do to clarify your way of life?
Application & Accountability (Part 2)
Which area would you like to work on first?
What will be your first step?
What help will you need to complete this?
How will you know this is a conviction?
Digging In Deeper
What is the most important part of this lesson to you? Explain.
How do you see applying aspects of this lesson to your life?
When do you feel would be the best time to make that application?
What do you hear the Lord speaking to you about this right now?
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