John 4:3-4 He left Judea and departed again into Galilee. And he must needs go through Samaria.
The word destination is from the root word destiny. Destinies are composed of a series of predetermined events that bring a person to a specific place, season or time in their life. A person’s destination is highly connected to purpose. A destination is the place to which somebody or something is going or must go.
According to John 4:3-4, Jesus journeyed to 3 particular cities: Judea, Galilee and Samaria. Neither of these places was His final destination but only a part of His journey. Each place had its specific purpose in the fulfilling of His entire course.
Jesus final destination called for active participation, not just mere day dreaming.
Many times we rejoice in proclaiming the vision and dreams God has reveal to our spirit by the Holy Spirit but then we sometimes forget to actively participate in what we’ve seen. God is not revealing specific things concerning your destiny just for you to daydream about them, He wants participation. We sometimes sit idle viewing our future as it were on a movie screen seeing in our spirit pictures of God given assignments and snap shots of the things God wants us to do and places He wants us to go.
It was necessary that Jesus go to Samaria the scriptures tell us. What if He would have just preached and shouted about the revelation of the deliverance that should come to Samaria but never took an active part in the fulfillment of what he saw in His spirit.
God is calling for active participation from us to fulfill our God given destinies, so stop day dreaming and get up from that lounge chair start taking steps toward the things He has revealed to you concerning your destiny.