When I see someone I have poured my heart into walking in the ministry God has given them, I am overjoyed! Everyone does not have the same mission; God has appointed each of us a portion of a specific ability to do what he calls us to do. Some jobs are more challenging and require a stouter heart that is also compassionate. You will know that it’s part of God’s design when you see the steps you’ve taken, the jobs you’ve had, and the life you’ve lived coming into play for that particular mission. First, he sees, then he trains, refines, and tests; when you’re ready, he puts you in a position where you know that you know you are the one he has chosen for the tasks. It’s especially evident when you finish one, and he gives you another, even before the other is complete. Though it may be daunting, it is more fulfilling than anything else you’ve ever done.
Moses finally got the Tabernacle set up, and the Israelites made their first sacrifices, which took twelve straight days. In the end, Moses went into the Holy of Holies, and God spoke to him, which must have been a great feeling. So much work had been put into it, and to hear God speak must have made him joyful. Was it easy to do what Moses did? No. Don’t expect God’s mission for you to be easy, but it will be worth every heartache you experience preparing for it. God is so good and loves us, and he knows that doing his mission will bring us the most happiness. Don’t worry if you don’t know your task; when you’re ready, he will show you.
And when Moses was gone into the tabernacle of the congregation to speak with him, then he heard the voice of one speaking unto him from off the mercy seat that was upon the ark of testimony, from between the two cherubims: and he spake unto him. Numbers 7:89