She shared that deep in our hearts are our God-given desires that tells us who we really are. Fears, wrong mindsets, and self-placed limitation hinders us to see these things. But if we search our hearts, beyond fears and limitation, we would find the pleasure of finding in us the ‘joy of our salvation’.
Through Christ, God gave us a new heart. And with a new heart is a new purpose. Before we live only for ourselves but now we live as sons and daughters of God. The earth is your inheritance. You are created to influence this world. You can change the world. In your heart right now is the same power that raised Jesus from the dead.
You do not have to shy away from what God gave you nor be pressured of the ‘responsibility that’s on your shoulder’. No, there is no responsibility; there is only identity. When you are wide awake in the reality of His Sonship, you will no longer struggle to try to achieve, you simply walk in that identity.
The 1924 Olympian, Eric Liddell, said it well when he said, “I believe that God made me for a purpose. But He also made me fast, and when I run, I feel His pleasure.”
— via Kat Romero and Joseph Librero