I began to reflect on my life and ask the following questions: 1) Why am I not happy or satisfied? 2)Why can't I be happy, love, and trust anyone at the same time? 3)Why am I so uncomfortable around a lot of people? 4)Why don't I have anyone to confide in or get advice from? The more questions I asked, the more painful it became. I spent nights crying and wondering if God had forsaken me. I honestly had to map out my life to get some clarity.
When we plan a trip to a place unknown, we use a map or a navigation system for directions. To follow the directions of these tools, it requires a good starting point and a good ending point. As we try to live according to the bible, most people fail to obtain a good starting point or a clear ending point. We tend to have a generic outlook, becoming a paratrooper, landing anywhere possible. The purpose of this book is to help you find your starting point. Some religious leaders place in your spirit a starting point without ever getting to know who you are, your spiritual maturity, your knowledge of Christ, Holy Spirit, Sin, etc., leaving you confused and still wondering why you're struggling.