What Is God's Will For My Life? (12 of 13) by Stan Coffey
This content is part of a series.What Is God's Will For My Life? (12 of 13)
Series: When We Ask What?
Dr. Stan Coffey
I. Some People Are Fatalistic About God's Will
Ii. Some People Are Fearful Of God's Will.
Iii. Some People Are Frustrated About God's Will
Please turn to Ephesians Chapter 5. And we come now to the twelfth in a thirteen series of lessons on When We Ask What? The what questions of life when we ask the Lord what about this or what am I do to in this situation and today's question is, "What is God's will for my life?"
I would say that no other question has been asked of me more than the question, "How can I know the will of God? How can I discover the will of God for my life?"
Because it is important for us to know God's will because the scripture says that God has a plan for our life and He has a will for our life and to know that plan is to find the highest and greatest success in life. Someone said, "Life's greatest discovery is to know God's will and life's greatest achievement is to do God's will."
So some of us are facing a certain decisions, some of us are facing certain circumstances and we say, "What is God's will in this circumstance? What is God's will in this particular matter?" I hope today that we can get some insight into the will of God and how to discover the will of God because God does want everyone to know His will.
Now in Ephesians 5 beginning in verse 15 the apostle Paul said, "SEE THEN THAT YOU WALK CIRCUMSPECTLY, NOT AS FOOLS, BUT AS WISE. REDEEMING THE TIME BECAUSE THE DAYS ARE EVIL. WHEREFORE BE YE NOT UNWISE BUT UNDERSTANDING WHAT THE WILL OF THE LORD IS."
Now on your outline, the New International Version, "BE CAREFUL, VERY CAREFUL HOW YOU LIVE, NOT AS UNWISE BUT AS WISE MAKING THE MOST OF EVERY OPPORTUNITY BECAUSE THE DAYS ARE EVIL. THEREFORE, DO NOT BE FOOLISH BUT UNDERSTAND WHAT THE LORD'S WILL IS."
The indication there is it would be foolish of us to live a single day without being aware that ...
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