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Luke 13:32 (Berean Study Bible)

I will reach My goal

One of the main reasons for depression is a lack of purpose or a goal. People without a goal or purpose tend to drift in life, while goal-oriented people tend to be dynamic, impatient, and focused. What's our purpose in life? The answer to that depends on who we talk to, and the responses would be divergent. As saints, our purpose in life should be to advance the kingdom of God as rapidly as possible to hasten His return. God has placed some of us in the pulpit, some at our jobs, and others at homes. No matter where we find ourselves, our goal should be to work hard for His glory and enjoy the journey as we hasten His second coming. That goal will beat any depression or aimlessness that the devil may throw at us.

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