Have you discovered your purpose? I often watch and observe those surrounding me, noticing their occupations and talents, their desires, goals, and successes. Everybody craves success regarding their actions. An accomplished goal is a job well done. But where does purpose fit into the puzzle of life?
Successes and victories should gradually build up to our purpose. Were I to have the purpose of founding an orphanage, financial success is required. However, not everybody does “big” things. Not everybody is a Bill Gates or Billy Graham. Your purpose does not require “big” things. It is using what your talent and gifts. Use what you have been granted to glorify God, doing it to the best of your ability.
Not everybody does “big” things in that they achieve huge goals or achievements, but everybody contains a gift or talent or few. Mine is encouragement and gentleness, as well as worship. Not everybody has visible gifts, such as art or sports. Some might be gifted similarly to me. It does not matter. Everybody is uniquely crafted with a special purpose obtained through the usage of our talents and gifts.