Once you discover your purpose . . . practice makes purpose. (Tom Roy, coach and author)

People ask, “Why am I here?” “What’s my purpose in life?” Whatever you’re aiming for, it will take diligent practice to be successful. We are told that practice makes perfect, but the truth is that practice only makes permanent, and poor practice won’t help you accomplish your goal. Find God’s purpose for your life and “practice” it every day.

The Lord has made everything for his own purposes (Proverbs 16:4). Our purpose is to please God, not people. He alone examines the motives of our hearts (1 Thessalonians 2:4).