Most people think about purpose as a destination. They believe discovering one's purpose is the end. Knowing your purpose is just the beginning. Living it out is the real journey. But living out purpose isn't always easy. It's a process. There are days you don't feel it and seasons you can't see it.
Do you become so focused on arriving at your purpose that you get frustrated with the process? The frustration builds a fog and blinds you from the truth you once knew. The truth never changes. God never changes. His purpose for you never shifts no matter how long you feel you've waited or how distant the purpose seems. You must learn how to remove the fog and see the truth that's always been there.
In The Path of Purpose, author Aaron McDaniel talks about the difficult seasons of life through the lens of the word of God, so your challenging seasons and problems are filtered through faith to stand on a solid foundation-a foundation not affected by the seasons you walk through.
Through scripture, Biblical examples, and his personal experiences, McDaniel offers a guide to help you shift your perspective from focusing on the destination of your purpose to walking with God on the journey He has planned for you.