You Are a Solution to Somebody’s Problem

Somebody Needs You. You are an answer to somebody’s prayer. Somebody wants you. You are necessary to somebody’s future. You are a reward to someone. You are a life jacket to someone who is drowning. Someone’s future will not begin unto you walk into their life. You were built to put a smile on someone’s face. The Holy Spirit carefully selected your talents and precisely chose your personality. Your parents might have told you that your conception was accidental, but God knew you before you were even formed in your mother’s womb (Jeremiah 1:4-5). God planned you. You were never a mistake but a milestone. You are a breakthrough to somebody who is languishing in failure. You possess the solution to somebody’s confusion.

How do I know that you are incredibly important to someone’s dream? Everything God created was a solution to a problem. You were created to solve a specific problem on the earth. The problem you were created to solve is your divine assignment on the earth. Eve was created to solve a problem for Adam (Psalm 128:3-4; Proverbs 18:22). The Israelites needed Moses (Exodus 3:9-10). But Moses needed Aaron (Exodus 4:27). The Jews needed Esther for their survival (Esther 8:3). Pharaoh and Egypt needed Joseph’s capability to interpret dreams for their survival during the season of famine (Genesis 41:14-15). The Ethiopian Eunuch needed Phillip (Acts 8:30-31).

You are a walking reward. You possess the miracle someone desperately needs. You must decide where you want to happen. Someone needs the divine deposits of God in you. Stop seeing yourself as a “Nobody”. Reject rigorously the satanic thoughts that you are a waste of space on the earth. How could that be? You, being the crown of God’s creation, were made in the image of God (Genesis 1:27). You were the greatest product and investment of God on the earth. You have been divinely empowered for dominion (Genesis 1:28). You are god here on earth (Psalm 82:6). Therefore, begin to see yourself as a reward to your world and not a problem. You carry a divine mandate for productivity through the power of the Holy Spirit on the inside of you. You were accurately wrought for your assignment.

Now, although your assignment was designed by God, you will have to discover it. Inventory your life. Evaluate your talents, gifting, experiences, opportunities, knowledge and influence. Enter into your secret place and ask for help from the Holy Spirit. It is crucial that you unearth your difference and value. Interrogate yourself. Ask practical questions. Whose pain matters to me? What brings tears to your eyes? Whose success are you passionate at ensuring? In whose presence does your energy unleash? What environment unlocks your creativity? How does God enjoy using you? To whom have you been sent?

Once you discover your assignment, begin to assess your environment for potential beneficiaries. Someone needs you. Somebody is longing for what you possess. You must identify those to whom you have been assigned. Identify those who are possibilities for impartation, and begin to lavish the goodness of God into their lives.

Furthermore, It is also important for you to understand that you are not needed everywhere. You are not a solution to everyone’s problem. God has designed different people for different assignments to be accomplished among men.  So for your joy and peace of mind, it is crucial that you know that some people do not need you. You are not their solution. God has designed somebody else for them. Therefore there is no need to interpret their disinterest as rejection. Do not be offended; but thank God for them and move swiftly into those lives that are willing to receive from you. Paul was assigned to the Gentiles. But Peter and James were sent to the Jews. Assess every environment to identify those to whom you’ve be assigned, then pour kindness, graciousness, love and the power of the Holy Spirit upon them. And as you flourish in creating pleasurable chapters for others, God is committed to showering His blessings upon you (Ephesians 6:8; 1 Corinthians 15:58).

Remain a blessing


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