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What You Should Know About God’s Will

What is God’s will for my life?

This is the million dollar question that good, Christian people are asking themselves around the time of graduation. Granted this is a relevant question. I fought for what felt like years with this. I think we need to make a clear distinction between what God wants for our lives and what God wills for our lives.

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Peace: How God is Like the Energizer Bunny

This is part of my manifesto series.
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Peace is unbelievable yet present for us all.FULLY SATISFIED MANIFESTO

Don’t we all want peace? I do. Don’t we all want peace all the time? I do.

So how do we get it?

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Remember | BobbyShirley.com

Remember

“We don’t tell God who he is in worship because he forgets or because he’s had an identity crisis. We tell him who he is because we’ve forgotten and we’ve had an identity crisis. When we remember who he is we remember who we are.”

Jonathan David Helser

God is steady. He’s not schizophrenic. He knows who he is. He’s a lavish giver.

When we worship Him, he receives our worship fully. But, he also gives back.

Language of a Son

Never again will I sing the songs of slavery. I’m neither hungry, thirsty, void of the presence of God, standing under a closed heaven, or in need of a heart transplant. My most pressing need is not for God to “let it rain”, grant me a “holy visitation”, or send “fire”. In Christ, I am complete, and in need of a greater revelation of just how deep this completion goes. I do not need to have desire or hunger stirred up within in me, but contentment and peace.

I will not subject myself to depression in the name of worship. Ever.

I will admire and appreciate the heart of those who sing such tunes from a place of sincerity, but will guard my vocabulary, making sure that my language always reflects my lineage. Desperation, after all, is the language of the orphanage, while satisfaction is the language of a son.
Jeff Turner

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