1 Corinthians 12:14 (NKJV)
Sometimes during the filming of a movie or TV show, an actor may ask the director, "What's my motivation for this scene?". What the actor wants to know is, why is the character they are playing doing what they are doing? The actor is trying to understand the motivation behind the character's actions, why they are acting the way that they are. We might even ask ourselves the question, "What gets me out of bed in the morning?" or something like that. This kind of question again goes to motivation, why do we do what are doing?
Many people do not have much motivation in their life because they see no real purpose for their life. People sometimes get involved in some cause because they are looking for something bigger than themselves to be connected to in order to bring a sense of purpose to their life. For Christians, our motivation should be easy; we are a part of the Body of Christ and God has a plan for our lives. Just like our natural body was designed with every part having a specific and important function, the same is true with the Body of Christ.
Some Christians wander aimlessly through life because they do not understand that God has a plan for them, they are important to God, and they are a valuable part of His Body. There are no extra, unnecessary parts to our natural body and the same is true with the Body of Christ. We need to get into God's Word to find our place in the Body of Christ and allow that to motivate us and let that be the reason for why we do the things that we do. When we have an understanding of who we are in Christ and that God has a plan for us in His Body, we won't have to look somewhere else for our motivation in life.