After reviewing the lecture on Living with Purpose, discuss some of the underlying purposes Christians might have based on the Bible, and which/if any of these impact you the most? Some of the purposes that we have based on the Bible are love God, love our neighborhood, glorify God, enjoy him. The main result for this purpose is recognizeour God and provide to him all the positive feelings and thoughts, and live our life according his image, do it because we truly want it, with love and grateful; because if we can love God we can love people that surround us. The one that has more impact on my is the purpose of loving God, because it is truth, if we want to live a life according to his words, commands, and have a good relationship with him, it could not be possible without love. Love is the purest feeling that exists, and if we are able to love God above all things, everything in our life will have more meaning, and it influences on how we reflect ourselves and feelings and how we treat others.After reviewing the Chapter 11 “Finding Your Purpose” section, discuss some of the ways that people might discover their purposeI think there are many ways to find your purpose, but I think you know you truly find it when you enjoy, love, feel satisfy and thankful on what you are doing. We are here for a reason, in themoment that God created us, he gave us a purpose, the main purpose that he gave us is to love him and our neighbors and the only way to do it, it’s loving ourselves first; and how we do that? We have to love ourselves, be happy and feel satisfied. God gave us a purpose but we must find it by ourselves, it is not easy, the journey take us from different paths and sometimes we are going to fell, but that fall also have a purpose, because it helps us to know what we want and what we don’t, and to grow personally. We all are good in something, but sometimes we don’t notice or we don’t feel confident about it, God gave us different talents and abilities, we just must trust in ourselves and do what most fill us with satisfaction and joy, that's when we know that we have found our purpose in life.
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