You may not know this, but I have super powers.
I’m the only one in the house who knows how to replace the empty tissue paper roll in the bathroom AND put the toilet seat down all in the same visit.
I know how to replace the kitchen paper towel roll, too and even wipe jelly off the counter…. but my super powers don’t stop there! No ma’am! I and only I can see the little wads of dog fur that accumulate beneath the couch and with my super-mom strength, I even manage to single-handedly lift the empty milk container from the fridge and stuff it into the garbage can.
With my special super-mom x-ray vision, I see beyond the backpacks and shoes all the way through to the dirty sock in the middle of the living room floor…the one that everyone else steps over for 3 days.
It’s really not their fault…poor things – they obviously don’t see all the things I see or possess the same powers as I do.
Obviously, the little jobs mentioned above are meant to be shared, but I have to believe that there are certain tasks meant for only you and for only me.
Have you thought about that lately?
About the task set aside with YOUR name on it? As the days stretch out into months and years, have you considered what it is you are meant to do? Do you believe that you’ve been designed to fulfill a particular need in this world – a purpose YOU and only YOU were created for and that it began all the way back when Jesus spoke your name for the very first time?
I want to remind you that it’s never too late to seek that purpose and live it out fully. If you’re still here, there’s still work to be done!
But you are a chosen people, a royal priesthood, a holy nation, God’s special possession, that you may declare the praises of him who called you out of darkness into his wonderful light.
(1 Peter 2:9) NIV