You may have a multitude of answers to that question but at the very least you have to have one. If you don’t have it yet, it’s time to start seeking it. Maybe it’s a problem you want to solve or something you want to create. Maybe there is something that in your heart you know needs to exist, but no one else can see it. Maybe it’s a message the world needs to hear or a product the world has lived too long without. Maybe it’s something that will impact lives for eternity. Whatever it is, stop to consider has God given you this dream? Don’t discount it if it’s too small and especially don’t discount it if it feels too big. God can work in both the very large and the very small and sometimes the things that appear very small actually have a huge impact. Whatever you do, you need to do the work of identifying it and then you need to move forward.
You see faithfulness demands action. Burying a dream is not acceptable. Don’t worry if you don’t have all the answers, all the resources, all the abilities, etc. Just just God enough to take the next right step, surround your dream in prayer and keep moving forward. That dream may very well be your call, it might even be the reason you’re here. What are you going to do about it.
Mark Twain once said, “The two most important days in your life are the day you were born, and the day you find out why.” Why are you here? Your creative dream might well be the reason. Find it and work toward making it reality.