with your whole heart
Falling in love with love Himself
Search me, o god, and know my heart: try me and know my thoughts and see if there be any wicked way in me and lead me in the way everlasting.
Know your purpose.
live your purpose.
Death will come certainly but it may come suddenly.
Through her own struggle to find purpose, author Callie Daruk opens our eyes to the importance and urgency of fulfilling our callings. Her thought-provoking reflections cause you to look into your own heart and stir you to ask for yourself the question we should all be asking, What Does God Want You to do Before You Die?
It's time to take a long hard look at ourselves. Have we as Christians asked what it is we’re supposed to be doing with our lives? Have we accomplished what we’ve set out to accomplish? What are the gifts and callings God has placed in our lives and are we using them?
These 30 devotions are designed to help you begin to find your purpose by discovering at least one thing God wants you to do before you die and launch you toward accomplishing it.
HEART SEARCHER & PURPOSE SEEKER
Callie Daruk is an award-winning author and speaker who encourages others to seek Christ with their whole heart. Her new book, What Does God Want You to do Before You Die, released in October 2020, with CrossLink Publishing. Callie serves as the Chapter President of Word Weavers Int., Robertson County. Her writing has appeared in Guideposts, The Upper Room, Focus on the Family, Kids Clubhouse, Charisma, Just 18 Summers, and Nashville Christian Voice magazines.
Rarely missing a sunrise just north of Nashville, TN, Callie is a grateful and smitten wife, a hands-on mother of three spirited boys, and a recovering pharisee. After a 32-year profession of Christianity, she was exposed for the hypocrite she was at the premature birth of her twin sons. After nearly a year-long stay in the NICU with one of her twins, her rose-colored glasses shattered. She is dedicated to reaching out to the countless women and men who profess Christianity but as she did, draw near to God with their mouths only while their hearts are far from him.
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