“With this in mind, we constantly pray for you, that our God may make you worthy of his calling, and that by his power he may bring to fruition your every desire for goodness and your every deed prompted by faith.”

– 2 Thessalonians 1:11

Today, as we continue examining what your calling is, I want you to know that not only do you have a great calling, but you also have many callings. We’re not born to have one grand final calling. All of us are called to do many things, and all of those things are meaningful and have value. If they’re from God, they’re going to unfold into the next mission and the pursuit after that. 

Finding your calling is a bit like eating a cinnamon roll, which is one of my favorite desserts! The best part of the cinnamon roll is the core. That’s the crown jewel and the best part because it’s soaked in butter, cinnamon and sugar. But, in the Kingdom of God, you don’t start with the core, you start with the outside. If you want to find your purpose, very often your path will begin in the most unexpected way. You’re going to see someone who’s hurting, you will see a need, and be able to fill it, and that will be your first calling. And after that, each calling that you fulfill will go into another after that.

Friend, will you trust me with this? This is how God helps you find your calling. You start by being faithful in the little things, and in turn, He’ll trust you with the big things. Your many purposes will continue to be revealed. God’s hand of blessing will continue for each of your callings as you continue to be faithful to His leading!


Father, thank you for showing me the path for my calling. Help me to see those in need.


Did you know you have multiple callings? Are you being faithful in the small ways God leads you?

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