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Consider Your Calling:
Six Questions for Discerning Your Vocation
Gordon T. Smith
Paperback: IVP Books, 2016.
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As an introduction to the book, here are the six questions that it asks (with a tiny clip for each that sheds light on what it means)
You’ll have to get the book for the full explanation of each question and why it is important…
What on Earth is God Doing?
[Our] work — or vocation — is both an act of response to what God has and is doing and an invitation from God to be participants in this work. So, we must then ask, “What on earth is God doing?” before and as part of coming to terms with what we are each called to be and to do. (24)