Being called and chosen by God, for His purpose is not as easy as it may seem. The road is not always smooth, at times it will be very bumpy and rocky, but your not on the road alone. Being in constant communication is key to be able to know where to go, or not go, at any given moment.
It may look like others are on the same road as you are, and you’ll find yourself wanting to take on their patterns for negotiating your road, but that won’t work because, although we are all members of One Body, we are not all called and chosen for the same thing. You have been made for a specific purpose and your road and the way to walk upon it are unique to you, set by the Lord Himself. Trust that He knows what He’s doing with and in your life, even if people around you may not believe that to be so. It’s not a mistake that you trusted what He told you to do. It’s never a mistake to live for Jesus and to want to do His will.
Don’t get off the road in order to find an easier path. Don’t stop moving in His direction because your load feels too heavy. Keep pressing into Jesus, and give Him everything that is coming against you whether it be physical, spiritual, emotional, financial, relational-whatever the case may be just give it to Him, lay the burdens at His feet and continue to pick up Jesus.
Your purpose is uniquely designed to touch lives for the Lord that nobody else will be able to touch. People at church may not even understand or see the anointing that is in you, but don’t discouraged anymore. Keep obeying and the victory will come. You’re closer to it than when you first started walking on this road.
“…but Zion said, ‘The Lord hath forsaken me, and my Lord hath forgotten me.’ Can a woman forget her sucking child, that she should not have compassion on the son of her womb? Yea, they may forget, yet will I not forget thee.” – Isaiah 49:14-15