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How to Know the Will of God Part 4

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Divine Guidance – Embracing Guidance

1. Recognize and submit your will to His sovereignty.

2. God wants us to know His will for us according to our spiritual nature. As we become more and more familiar with living according to our true spirit nature, and as that nature becomes free to express itself through the healing of our soul and body, our senses and perceptions are tuned to be able to recognize the fierce simplicity of the purpose of God in this earth, and how we fit into it. God is a present God, the God of “now.” Unlike any other deity in any other religion, our God is alive, living, personal and thoroughly focused and involved in everything that is going on now. As we begin to see from a spirit perspective, the complexity that motivates most earthly activity will fall away, and all we will see is the Way. Be prepared to change your beliefs about what God’s purposes are on this earth, for people in general, and for you in particular. God wants to reveal to you His secrets, but they are not for those who are double-minded, desiring both their own purposes and to know and participate in God’s purposes.

3. God wants us to know the multiple dimensions of His purpose for us now. This involves not only the time dimensions, i.e., short-term versus long-term, but becoming reliant on Him for the unfolding of the depths of His purposes in and through us:

There is an expressed will of God on many dimensions, such as ages or eons, people groups, nations, etc. as well as for us as individuals.

There is also the hidden will of God. God is under no obligation to reveal His final destination for us, or even our next step.

4. God uses the hiddenness of His will and our desire to know His will to lead us into dependence upon Him.

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