Birds of Purpose

It’s tragic to have no purpose in life. It’s worse to misunderstand or lose one’s purpose. To cheer and keep his lonely father company, a successful young man presented a most valuable Christmas gift to his aged father. It was a talking bird—so versatile that it could speak five languages and even sing the national anthem. After Christmas the son asked his dad how he found the bird. The father replied: “I enjoyed it very much; it was delicious!”… How often have we also lost or killed our birds of purpose. Our identity is linked with our purpose. Let’s rediscover God’s purpose for our lives (Jeremiah 1:5), for life without purpose is an aimless, fruitless, and tragic existence. – Samuel Koranteng-Pipim

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