Tuesday, May 2, 2006
If He Wills
Instead you ought to say, “If the Lord wills, we shall live and do this or that.”
The Book of Acts tells the story of Philip and how the Lord was blessing him in
Then God told him to go to the desert. And not only did God tell him to go to the desert, but He told him to go to
Sometimes the will of God doesn’t make sense. We may plan to do a certain thing, but God may intervene. He might have another plan. The idea is that we should remember God in our plans, and we should also remember He may change our plans.
Often in his writings, the apostle Paul would refer to the will of God for his life. He told the believers at
That is important for us to factor into our plans as well. We always should remember, “If the Lord wills.”
Sometimes the Lord will lead us differently than we would like to go. But what we must come to recognize is that the will of God is perfect, and we should never be afraid of it.
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