What Is the Point of Life?
Why am I here? What is my purpose in life?
Maybe you’re going through life unfulfilled, unfocused, searching for meaning, but nothing fills the void. What’s missing? What’s the point of it all?
To find real meaning in life, we need to know Who made us and why.
All life begins with God, who designed each of us in His likeness. The Bible says it this way: “So God created man in his own image, … male and female he created them” (Genesis 1:27). We were created by God to be like Him, to find Him and to have a relationship with Him.
The problem is instead of loving Him, we chose to love ourselves more. Instead of freely serving Him, we chose to serve ourselves. This is called sin and it broke our relationship with God. Until we restore that relationship, we will never know our true purpose or what matters.
Think of it this way: There’s a God-shaped hole in all of us and no matter what we have or accomplish, there will still be an emptiness without God.
As our Creator, He has a plan in mind for us and only He can make us complete. God holds the answer to your question, “Is there a point to life?”
He even provided a way for us to connect with Him directly and restore our broken relationship—that’s through His Son Jesus Christ, who bridged the gap between us and God.
Through faith in Jesus, there’s no more separation from God. No more holes in your heart.
God has a specific reason for creating you. Get to know Him today and find the real point of life.
Step 1 – God loves you and has a plan for you!
Step 2 – People are sinful and separated from God.
Step 3 – God sent His Son to die for your sins!
Step 4 – Would you like to receive God’s forgiveness?
"Dear God, I know I’m a sinner, and I ask for your forgiveness. I believe Jesus Christ is Your Son. I believe that He died for my sin and that you raised Him to life. I want to trust Him as my Savior and follow Him as Lord, from this day forward. Guide my life and help me to do your will. I pray this in the name of Jesus. Amen."
Did you pray this prayer?