How Unique Are You 1You were born unique and different. It’s your difference that gets noticed, your difference that people remember, your difference that God uses to help reveal your purpose. Think of it. Your exact genetic makeup (DNA)has never been duplicated nor will it ever be.

When you were born, the breath of life entered. It’s that breath that empowers you to grow, increase and come into levels of unique function within humanity. Christ called you to be salt and light. Salt is used to offer flavor and light offered to illuminate a dark world with the knowledge of God.

People ask questions. They want to know why they were born and what is their purpose in life. Some never achieve it and miss the mark of discovery. This is sad because the world needs your uniqueness. Those that don’t understand that their difference is the key to their calling and purpose, suffer a life of frustration and vanity through pursuits of vain activities that try to fill an empty hole within the heart of those living in the flesh.

The good news is this. You CAN discover your purpose. It’s God’s good pleasure to reveal, by His Holy Spirit, that breath of life and what it means.

You may have been one of those that ignored the guiding of the Holy Spirit within. That’s because there are many voices in this world trying to label you as this or that. Those voices try to tell you who you are, and “station in life.” These voices speak to your soul and not your spirit. They are deceptive and destructive.  

To find yourself requires you to find Christ. Christ is the answer.

Scripture offers many truths that will propel you toward faith in God and revealing of your assignment, calling, and purpose. Scripture says, for example, “Receive with meekness the engrafted word which is able to save your souls” (James 1:21). Another declares, “For as many as are led by the Spirit of God, they are the sons of God” (Romans 8:14). Notice it’s the Word and Spirit of God that will lead you into the discovery of purpose, identity, and discovery of your calling. So, to close this out. Remember that you are unique. There is no one else in the world like you. You are important to Christ and needed in the world. You are one of a kind.

 Your partner,

(c) Apostle Jonas Clark