don’t follow your passion // career path

blog.june18

“You’ve been fed a lie from our culture. Work is hard. Your dream job doesn’t exist. Don’t follow your passions, but develop your passions and use them for your purpose.”

I am so thankful I found this podcast. It changed the way I view work and challenged me to minister and grow right where I am. Jonathan challenges the way we look at our “passions” and offers us a better way. I love it.

I found this especially encouraging as a student. No matter where God has you right now, stop looking to where you think you should be and start embracing the sphere you are in. We get so caught up in pursuing a career and building our resumes, but God wants us to go deeper. We’re working to display Him. We’re working to make His name famous.

But most of all let’s not forget that our work isn’t nearly as important as the souls of the people we work with. My challenge to you and to me is this:

Work hard, because work is hard. Love people and minister right where He has you. Make His Name famous.

Don’t follow your passion. Follow His passion.

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We hear it all the time, “Follow your passions.” So many of us have taken this advice, moving from job to job. That’s what the world says, when really God has you in a job right where He wants you. Luke 5 shows us how Jesus used Peter’s job as a fisherman to bring Him glory. We have to change our perspective, invite God in at work (He wants to go with us), and pursue greater passions — God’s passions. Then we’ll really be on our way to adulting!

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