Aaron Couch- Living from Fullness, Not Scarcity.

Updated: Mar 30

I believe that God made us to thrive in this world, not just survive. And while this world is not my ultimate home and someday the fullness of my relationship with God will be revealed in heaven, until that day comes, God has given me a clear purpose to partner with Him in restoring what sin broke in this world. And He designed me before I was even born to function in this world in a certain way to maximize God’s work in my life and how that can positively impact the lives of those around me.

Psalm 138 says that God knit us together in our mother’s womb. Proverbs 16 says that while we make plans for our lives, it is God who marks our steps. I believe that these two verses are connected. I think of it this way: when each one of us is conceived, God looked at the world and asked Himself this question, “What does the world need?” Then, He went into our mother’s womb and He made it. Said another way, you are a gift that God gives the world. Our sacred journey then becomes about understanding and applying that gift for the world.

And that is the catch. Trying to understand who we are and how we are made to function in the world is so