Compassion with Purpose is an endeavor that reflects the loving qualities of our Heavenly Father. After all, we are in His image and likeness. (Gen 1:26-28) Therefore, we are to, thankfully, acknowledge that any gifts, talents, and abilities we have come from the Most-High, El Shaddai. This fact, should inspire us to reach out to attain our fullest potential with self-confidence tempered with meekness. We can’t take credit for our accomplishments. Our Creator, Yahuah blessed us with talents and abilities that make our achievements possible. If our purpose and ambitions in life ignore our Creator; no matter how successful we think we are, deep in our souls, and most importantly, in the eyes of our Heavenly Father we are a failure. Our goals must be in alignment with our Life-Giver, YAH-WAY the Way-Maker, to be truly successful in life. He has made a way for those who love and serve Him to protection from harm by his strong right arm. (Ps 118:16)

He guarantees prosperity; however, that does not mean you will be rich according to the world’s standards. Your needs will be met as you abide inside the Father’s house, our BET. The Righteous will not be forsaken or his children begging for bread. Psalms 37: 25 teaches to store up treasures in heaven as we share the good news of the kingdom (Mt 6:19-21,13:33). Yahuah promises us that we will live life more abundantly with a secure future. What does this mean? What is the Father’s purpose for His creation and how does it affect our personal salvation? Heavenly Father’s compassionate purpose is the restoration of those who are lost, and who accept His Son, Yahshua. He is the “way, truth, and life for our redemption. (John 14:6)

Once a person accepts this truth, that God loved the world so much that He compassionately gave His only begotten Son to die for our sins so that we may have everlasting life. (John 3:16). This beautiful act of love should motivate us to love our Heavenly Father who first loved us. (1 John 4:19) We can only have a true sustainable purpose in life that requires our active response to Yahuah’s love by keeping his commandments. (John 14:15) Our purpose in life should be centered around our Heavenly Father’s purpose. What is that compassionate purpose? It is that the lost sheep of Israel to be found and redeemed for salvation as they become a light to the other nations. (Mt. 15:24, Isa 42:6) This is how Almighty Yahuah shows compassion to His creation. Our own personal salvation and true success depend on our alignment as co-servants being a part of this realization. (Eph. 2:8-10) Therefore, as we utilize our gifts, talents, and abilities to pursue our endeavors in life, may we never forget that our Heavenly Father has a compassionate purpose of restoration that can bring either an eternal blessing or a curse to me and you. It all depends on the choices we make and the actions take. (Gal. 6: 7-9) Therefore, may the Father’s purpose be our purpose in life.