Knowing God’s Will

by Ray Reuter on September 7, 2017

You already know the will of God. Thessalonians 5:16-18 simply states … “Rejoice always. Pray continually. Give thanks in all circumstances.” We (I) get so bent out of shape and try so hard to figure out God’s will because we (I) think the will of God is circumstantial. The truth is the will of God is primarily attitudinal. It’s not about your circumstances. It’s about how you and I respond to those circumstances. And it’s not about changing your circumstances — which are often outside of our control or understanding. It is about changing ourselves! God is less concerned about what you do, what you achieve, and where you go. He’s more concerned about who you are becoming. So … become unfettered — rejoice, pray, appreciate ALL things.

Read also … are you Doing God’s Work or Working For God?

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