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January 10th, 2010
Categorized under: Sermons

For such a time as this

Pastor Kayode Ijisesan
Sun January 10, 2010

Main Text: Esther 4:14

Objective: To instruct on the subject of purpose in the light of God’s kingdom.

Establishing a relationship between your God-given purpose and the kingdom of God.

Key points on purpose:

Purpose is the original intent of the Creator for the creation. The reason for existence.

Until purpose is discovered, life remains meaningless. The greatest tragedy is life without purpose.

The products of such a life are frustration, confusion, depression, violence, inferiority complex etc.

It is only natural for humans to seek relevance and significance.

Everything you naturally have and inherently are is given to fulfill your purpose.

Your purpose cannot be created but can only be discovered.

Merging your God-given Purpose with God’s Kingdom

*You were not packaged for you.

A purpose that does not impact the Kingdom is an abuse.

Your purpose is a divine investment primary designed to yield Kingdom dividends.

The full discovery of your purpose cannot be realized until the Kingdom of God becomes your priority.

Your individual purpose is linked to a greater purpose.

The primary objective of God’s blessing where the manifestation of your purpose is concerned is to show the glory of His Kingdom.

Three P’s you must understand to maximize your purpose as a Kingdom citizen:

1. Preparation:
The state of having been made ready beforehand; readiness.

Your level of preparation determines the degree of your manifestation. [Daniel & the Hebrew brothers]

2. Positioning:
It means to be properly and appropriately placed. This is a function of your covering and company.

3. Procrastination:
It means to delay action needlessly. This is the greatest enemy of success & progress.

Nothing frustrates an opportunity like procrastination. John 9:4, Eccl 3:1.There is a day to every assignment.

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