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I would like help with a translation for “remember your purpose” or something similar

Finem tuum memento. This is a variant of Manuel's suggestion. Here finem means "end" in the philosophical sense. The meaning of finis (accusative finem) is given here.
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I would like help with a translation for “remember your purpose” or something similar

Memento propositi tui/ Memento propositum tuum "Tene propositum(tuum)" "keep to your purpose"
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How can I say "We shall want for nothing" in Latin?

I agree that Psalm 23 is a natural choice, but if you wanted to avoid the religious connection, another common word for this is egere, and if you check under its entry on Lewis and Short (skip the ...
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How can I say "We shall want for nothing" in Latin?

This feels like it's intended as a callback to Psalm 23, which in the KJV starts: The Lord is my shepherd; I shall not want. The corresponding line in the Vulgate (where it's Psalm 22): Dominus ...
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How can I say "We shall want for nothing" in Latin?

Nihilō carēbimus. Carēbimus literally means "we shall lack", or "we shall want" in the sense of "want" in your phrase. Another form of the same verb is caret, meaning &...
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