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Easy Way To Know God’s Will

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By being a true disciple of Jesus you can know what is the will of God for you in any situation. In Psalm 32: 8 God tells us this:

“I will instruct you and teach you in the way you should go; I will guide you with my eye.”

God does this through His Word. As we read and study the Scriptures on a regular basis God will take what we learn and use that for instructions in living a life devoted to Him, and for guiding us in our daily life.

As God works in us He will let us know, by what we have learned through our study of His Word, what His will is for us in any situation where we seek His guidance. He will speak to us through an inner voice or by giving us peace that we have made a right decision.

By learning His Word, and in seeking His guidance on a regular basis, we can learn to recognize and know what is God’s will for us in any situation.

The “easy” secret to learning God’s will for us is to first read and know what is in God’s Word. How about you, do you really want to be instructed and taught by God?

By being in God’s Word on a regular basis you can be guided by, and know, what is God’s will for you.

God will instruct you and teach you in the way you should go, and He will guide you according to His will, but only when you take the time to read and study His Word.

Only by knowing what is in God’s Word will you ever know the will of God, and have the faith needed to trust in Him for the outcome.

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Written by Glenn Riffey

March 5, 2017 at 6:38 pm

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