What’s your nation? (Finding your God given purpose)


In our generation, we are women who want power, rights, authority, and influence. I have found that it is extremely difficult to know how to use my influence if I don’t know what I’m using it for! (Makes sense, right?)
The story of Esther is so incredibly moving to me. She was such an amazing example of a woman who used her power to make a positive impact. Esther risked her life…she was courageous & strong. She believed so firmly in preserving the Jewish nation that she rose to the occasion and didn’t back down. The reason Esther was so fearless was her faith & belief in that nation. She had a cause/reason to fight and stand for something.

Have you ever had one of those days where you ask yourself what you’re supposed to be doing with your life? We aren’t here today by some random chance. This day is no mistake. Right now, it could be your time to rise to the occasion and use your influence. We need to be women of purpose & intention. What do you believe in?

What you feel strongly about might be completely different from my ideals and opinions. We were all made for a unique purpose. I wasn’t put on this earth to preserve the Jewish nation. But what is my nation? What am I called to do? What is my unique purpose?

As young women, we can sometimes feel lost & confused as to what our purpose is. But in reality, it’s quite simple…

What do you believe in?
What are you passionate about?
What lights a fire in your heart?
What is worth fighting for to you?
What’s your nation/what do you want to see preserved?

Your God given purpose in life is found in the answers to those questions.


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