Your comfort zone is when you do what you have always done.
When you go where you have always gone and see the same people you always see.
But then Jesus walks into your life and whispers “follow me” and He leads you right out of your comfort zone.
He leads you to go to new places and to see different people.
He leads you to learn new things and deal with new situations.
We like being comfortable and dealing with the familiar. But comfortable and familiar doesn’t always mean your where God wants you to be.
Sometimes He calls you away from the job you’ve always known and the identity you have got from it.
Sometimes He calls you out from behind the desk you have always sat at and challenges you to use gifts you didn’t know you had.
Sometimes, He answer prayer in ways you never expect and walks with you through things you could not have anticipated.
After this, Jesus went out and saw a tax collector by the name of Levi sitting at his tax booth. “Follow me,” Jesus said to him, (Luke 5:27 NIV)
Your job isn’t to create a new job, or develop a new coping mechanism or try to forge a new identity.
Your job is to follow Jesus right out of your comfort zone and allow Him to forge you into the person He created you to be.
What comfort zone is God calling you out of?