it turns out, lives across the streetfrom my office. What a small world!
I have no idea why God placed themin my life (or my life in theirs)—Imay never know—but I am surethere was a reason. There has to be,because that morning, I had askedGod the most dangerous question.
Maybe God is calling you to theordained or religious life. MaybeGod wants you to go on a mission.
Maybe God will call you to the single life or to get married and have afamily. God doesn’t want you to suffer. God wants you to love and havelife. God wants you to be happy and
IF I’M HAVING Aproblem at work,maybe that chattyperson in theelevator is theperson who canhelp me.
will never ask you to do somethingthat he hasn’t already sown in yourheart.
But before you consider that
larger question: “What do you want
me to do with my life?” perhaps ask
that daily question: “What do you
want me to do today?” This may
open your heart to the possibilities
and surprises that God has for you
to serve, to love, and to have abun-
dant life. =
A version of this article originallyappeared in Spanish in VISION 2020.
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