Pastor Matthew Ashimolowo is the founder and presiding Pastor of the United Kingdom based Kingsway International Christian Church. The cleric, renowned for his prophetic and prosperity messages has taken to his official Facebook page to share a message on the importance of purpose in the life of mankind and what would happen if you lose your purpose.
According to the cleric, he has revealed in his words in regards to the essence of purpose in the life of a man that, Purpose gives your life direction and a goal—without it, there will be no passion to live. When you lose your purpose, there will be confusion, frustration, discouragement, and disillusionment.
As shared by the cleric, the pursuit of purpose is what gives birth to advanced societies, progressive economies, and individual fulfilment. As a believer, to make an impact in your generation, you must pursue your purpose with a passion. The purpose is what gives life enthusiasm; it is the womb that enables the nurturing of ambitions until there is fulfilment. As stressed by the cleric, purpose gives birth to anticipation and fuels the passion to accomplish a dream.
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