By David Yong-gi Cho; Church Growth International

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One of the milestones in my life that caused me to reflect was my fortieth birthday. I looked back thinking, "Twenty years ago, I was a student in college. " I've thought about the things that really count. What is the value of what we do? What is the purpose for our lives? What gives significance to my life personally? As you reflect on your past and future, there is one thing to keep as the goal in your life. No matter what happens in business, on the job, in the family, or in the educational arena, you will not come up empty at the end of your achievements if the goal is Jesus Christ.

The time you spend in God's Word, if you believe it is God speaking to you, will be in direct proportion to how much of the love of God, the pure heart, the clear conscience, the sincere faith and conforming to the image of Christ that you want. Jesus put everything that I have said in capsule form in Mark 8:35,36 (KJV): "For whosoever will save his life shall lose it; but whosoever shall lose his life for my sake and the gospel’s, the same shall save it. " You may have been a Christian for sixty years, but somehow in the process, you have lost sight of the goal of Jesus Christ and knowing Him.

There are people who are blindly missing the will of God. When you read Paul's writings in 1 and 2 Corinthians, if simple happiness and problem-free living are the goals, then Paul missed it all the way. He never attained it. Everywhere he went, there was trouble, persecution and opposition. However, he had joy and victory in the middle of it. The goal is not simply to be happy. Many people avoid the call of God in order to be happy. They refuse God's call to service saying, "My family wouldn't be happy if we went on the mission field.

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