Problems Are Wonderful?

Problems are opportunities.

Problems are the key to your
future.

Your success depends upon your
willingness to help other people solve their problems. Your happiness in life
is proportionate to your effectiveness in assisting others. Your financial
well-being is the result of problem-solving. Contractors solve building
problems. Cooks solve hunger problems. Teachers solve knowledge problems. Your
rewards in life are the result of serving, and solving problems for others.

Every person on earth is designed
and created to be a problem solver. You must discern your giftedness and
abilities. What brings you joy? What brings a sense of fulfillment within you?
What are you good at? What do you do that naturally benefits others? Your spiritual
DNA is accurate for your assignment. As you identify your capacities, you must
spend your time using these strengths to aid others.

Jesus went about doing good. He
solved all kinds of problems. He offered forgiveness of sins and freedom from
guilt. He healed those who were sick. He set the demon-possessed free. He
offered joy and inner peace. His was a life of service.

You are not an accident. You were
put on earth to make a contribution. You were designed for a specific task. You
are the solution to somebody’s problem. You are the reward that somebody has
been looking for. Find those who need what you have to offer. Build your life
around your gift.

Problems are “wonderful” in the
sense that they are the gateway to your destiny. You don’t want to be
remembered for the problems you caused, but for the problems you solved. YOU
ARE GOOD AT SOMETHING! So discern it and get busy. Joy is the fruit of
fulfilling your purpose.

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1 Comment

  1. Bruce McAllisterMay 17, 2019

    Now this is a very good and accurate article! Thank you!

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Harold Vaughan

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After graduating from Bible College in 1979, Harold Vaughan immediately began full-time evangelism. At that time founded Christ Life Ministries. To date, his ministry has led him to preach in forty-eight states and many foreign countries. Shortly after entering full-time evangelism in 1979, Harold and his wife Debbie were married. Debbie works in the Christ Life Ministries office and maintains their home. During the Revival Summits she ministers with the children ages 4-9 in a nightly Kid's Klub. Harold and Debbie have three grown sons. Michael and his wife, Laura have two children - John and Asa. Brandon and his wife Ashley have three children - Sara, Hope and Noah. Stephen married his wife, Emily in 2015.
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