Contributed on Jan 10, 2015
Paul shows us how to use biblical wisdom to discover the will of God through: 1) Understanding (Ephesians 5:15), 2) Occasion (Ephesians 5:16), 3) Action (Ephesians 5:17)
Most of us acknowledge that God has a plan for the life of every believer, but often we have trouble in finding just which way this plan goes at a particular juncture, where the answers sometimes seem to elude even the most persistent searcher. Some apparently think that God’s will is lost. ...read more
Contributed on Jan 17, 2015
We can Discern the Will of God through 1) Providence (v. 22), and 2) Planning (vv. 23–24)
Events over that past week have derailed many plans. For the people of Suncor, Target, Sony and others, mass layoffs have radically changed family directions. For a provincial and federal standpoint, fallings prices of Oil have meant the readjustment of budgets and plans. From individual families ...read more
Contributed on Jan 24, 2015
The Apostle Paul knew the 1) Priority of (Romans 15:25–28) & 2) Prosperity of (Romans 15:29 ) Living in God's Will.
Open Doors International released its World Watch List earlier this month, ranking the top 50 most dangerous and difficult countries for Christians to live in. “We have seen the sharpest jump in violent attacks against Christians in the modern era,” says Curry, estimating that upwards ...read more
Contributed on Jan 31, 2015
Paul’s shows us how to submit to God's will by understanding the 1) Purpose (Romans 15:30a) , 2) Prayer (Romans 15:30b-32), and 3) Peace (Romans 15:33) in the will of God.
To one who asked him the secret of his service, George Mueller said: “There was a day when I died, utterly died;”—“died to George Muller, his opinions, preferences, tastes, and will—died to the world, its approval or censure—died to the approval or blame even of ...read more