“Man holds keys to opportunities. Doors. But, it is God alone who speaks to the hearts and spirits of mankind. Then and only then will each know, when, and to whom, the key shall turn. “
Searching for God’s will is easy. We are the ones who make it difficult.
I am guilty – a thousand time over – of agonizing over the will of God in a circumstance of life. It is as though we somehow lose site of things, and expect something mysterious, or grandiose to occur. Sometimes it does. Usually though, we feel an unction – a still. small. voice. A feeling stirring deep inside. A profound longing for more of Him. Jesus.
Stirring us to prayer, a holy communion,which often words cannot express. Crying out unto God, groaning, as “deep calleth to deep.”
It is in this time we know a key has unlocked an opportunity, or it is time for us to turn the key for another. Such a glorious experience.
Seeking God’s will in all we do must become a way of life, if we want to live successfully for Jesus while on this earth.
His Word leads us and directs our footsteps. He gently guides our thoughts and desires. To find His will is simple. Wait for it. Wait for Him to move.
Peace, peace. Wonderful peace is ours to cherish. Enjoying our present. Now is the time…
What are some of the ways you commune with God each day? Please share in the comments below. We would love to hear from you.
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