“There he went into a cave and spent the night. And the word of the Lord came to him: “What are you doing here, Elijah?”” (1 Kings 19:9, NIV)
Have you ever been in a place and asked yourself, “What am I doing here?”
For the KingdomNomics thinker, this is a very important question. As I make choices daily, this question is in the back of my mind. I need to evaluate what kind of a “giver” I will be during the time I have left in this world.
The ways in which I decide to spend the time God has given me will determine how much of my activity will echo into eternity. The spending of my treasure, however great or small, will determine if I have anything stored in the “First National Bank of Heaven.”
By soaking our heart in the Word of God and feeding our soul with the spiritual M and Ms we find in the Word, we will discover what is important to God. He will reveal his will, plan, and purpose for our life as we focus on him and his values. His desires will become our desires as we surrender our self-life to his life, allowing him to do his work in and through us.
As we practice these KingdomNomics principles, we become more productive in our knowledge of Jesus Christ.
Today, ask yourself:
Are my everyday choices reflecting clarity to the question, “What am I doing here?”