What is my purpose?

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...there cannot fail to materialize in [the] individual’s experience the sublime consciousness of knowing God and the supernal assurance of surviving for the purpose of finding God by the progressive experience of becoming more and more like him. ~ The Urantia Book, 5:1.6 (63.4)

Even though you must live your material life through, even though you cannot escape the body and its necessities, nonetheless, in purpose and ideals you are empowered increasingly to subject the animal nature to the mastery of the Spirit. There truly exists within you a conspiracy of spiritual forces, a confederation of divine powers, whose exclusive purpose is to effect your final deliverance from material bondage and finite handicaps. ~ The Urantia Book, 34:6:9 (381.3)

Spiritual progress is predicated on intellectual recognition of spiritual poverty coupled with the self-consciousness of perfection-hunger, the desire to know God and be like him, the wholehearted purpose to do the will of the Father in heaven. ~ The Urantia Book, 100:2:1 (1095.5)

Religion assures man that, in following the gleam of righteousness discernible in his soul, he is thereby identifying himself with the plan of the Infinite and the purpose of the Eternal. ~ The Urantia Book, 101:10:7 (1117.1)

Man cannot hope to live up to his highest ideals, but he can be true to his purpose of finding God and becoming more and more like him. ~ The Urantia Book, 103:4:3 (1133.3)

Jesus went on to instruct his followers in the realization of the chief purpose of all human struggling—perfection—even divine attainment. ~ The Urantia Book, 140:5:15 (1574.8)

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