Posts tagged ‘God’s will’

My Weekend Made Me Weak 2

I am weary. Keeping up with life is a full-time job. Keeping up with going to Toronto added to that to visit my brother in hospital makes me feel old(er). Read more…

My Weekend Made Me Weak

I will not have much to say. My older and only brother had massive heart surgery yesterday. No warning or symptoms, just a sudden onset of trouble. Read more…

God’s Good – Works

If you work and live for Jesus opposition will likely arise. Indeed, my counsel to the faithful I have met whose mission for God ended with religion’s brakes or agents of the devil’s shattering blows is simply that only when your faithfulness reaps a harvest does a target appear on your back. When a successful mission gets ripped away from you the message for you to hold close reads, “You had it right”.

If life throws a vicious curve at you, and temptation pulls hard at you to give up, plan revenge or live angry, take a lesson from Joseph. Read more…

It’s Amazing!

I do not know if this is the experience of all, many or no other blogger, but I find it jaw-dropping amazing how I feel led to post an article only to find another blog I follow posting the same message either the same day (once it was within minutes!) or within a few days. Or I am led to a new blog which has published the same message.

“Glory belongs to God, whose power is at work in us. By this power he can do infinitely more than we can ask or imagine” (Ephesians 3:20 God’s Word).

Why Pray At All?

“O Lord, you have examined me, and you know me.
You alone know when I sit down and when I get up.
You read my thoughts from far away.
You watch me when I travel and when I rest.
You are familiar with all my ways.
Even before there is a {single} word on my tongue,
you know all about it, Lord” (Psalms 139:1-4 God’s Word).

If this is true, why pray at all, since God knows it before we ask it? Read more…

When God Doesn’t Answer

So when you ask God for guidance or insight into the plan you are to follow in serving Jesus, and you don’t get an answer you understand, what is going on? Read more…

What God Wants

“What does God want me to do?” Seeking God’s will occurs commonly in the questions Christians ask. I respond that the answer to the question is not elusive, but rarely does it suit people.

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