by Adrian Rogers

How To Know The Will Of God
Adrian Rogers

Take God's holy Word please and turn with me to the book of Colossians chapter 1. We're going to read verse 3 and then verses 9 and 10. And as you're finding it and as you're looking it up, I want you to listen to this question I have for You today. I want you to imagine first of all that you are face to face with the Lord Jesus Christ. Now, we know he's always with us. He lives in us. We understand that. But I want you in your imagination to imagine that Jesus Christ in a bodily form, face to face, eye to eye, is standing before you. Now, of course, right away, you'd just want to fall on your face and worship him and praise him. But now let's suppose that you had an opportunity to ask Jesus Christ one question. What would you ask him? You have an opportunity to say, Lord Jesus, there's something I want to know. Would you please tell me? I have an idea I know what you would ask. I believe you would ask him the same thing the apostle Paul asked him when the apostle 'Paul met him face to face. And what the apostle Paul said to him was, Lord, what would you have me to do? As a matter of fact, the apostle Paul asked the Lord Jesus that day on the road to Damascus the two greatest questions that could ever be asked. Number one, Who art thou, Lord? Number two, What would you have me to do? Who are you? What do you want me to do? And he spent the rest of his life discovering the answer to those two questions. Just who Jesus is and what Jesus wants him to do. What would you have me to do, Lord? Not Lord, what do you want others to do? Not, Lord, what do others want me to do? But, Lord, what would you have me to do? When we take surveys and we say, what do you want to hear a sermon on, people will always say, Tell us how to find the will of God for our 1:ves. I want to know the will of God for my life. Now, when you pray for your loved ones, what do you pray for them? Do you pray for them that they'll be healthy, wealthy, succ ...

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