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How To Find And Live Your Calling

How do you find and live your calling?  Let me begin be sharing a story with you. There are three brick layers that are asked the question, “What are you doing?” The first brick layer says, “I’m laying bricks”.  The second brick layer responds and says, “Im building a church”, and then the third brick layer responds and says, “Im building the house of God”. Out of those three different brick layers, the first one has a job, the second one has a career, but the third one has a calling.
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