By the Will of God
Christian Devotional Readings from 2 Corinthians
(Ordinary Believer Devotionals Book 2)
Many Christians grapple with knowing the will of God. The great news is, knowing the will of God isn't rocket science. He makes it clear in the every book of the Bible. In this book, you'll discover the will of God through Paul's letter to the church in Corinth. The same lessons they learned can be applied to YOUR life today.
Discovering the Will of God through 2 Corinthians
The book of 2 Corinthians opens with the words, "Paul, an apostle of Jesus Christ by the will of God. . ."
The words, "by the will of God" are important, because they indicate that Paul was an apostle of Jesus Christ, not by his own doing, but by the will of God. In short this means that Paul didn't appoint himself but instead was named by God to be an apostle.
We are all appointed by God to do something (or perhaps many things). When we do the things that God assigns to us, we experience many benefits.
The book, By the Will of God: Christian Devotional Readings from 2 Corinthians, explores the will of God as revealed through the book of 2 Corinthians, and the benefits you'll experience as a result practicing them.
Here are a few of the benefits of doing the will of God to consider:
God equips you to do the things He calls you to do.
You may feel inadequate to do many of the things that God calls you to do. But if it’s truly a calling from God, He'll equip you to do the work.
You’ll succeed when you act based on the will of God.
Just because you do the will of God doesn’t mean that everything will go great for you. Paul suffered many hardships while doing the will of God -- and you will, too. But you WILL find success.
You can move forward with confidence when you do the will of God.
Since God equips you to do His will, and since He’ll be with you every step of the way and ensure your success as you continue to follow His lead, you can move forward with confidence.
Doing the willing of God blesses others.
When we do the will of God, God not only blesses us; He also blesses others that are impacted by the work we do.
Doing the Will of God advances God’s Kingdom.
You will be blessed and bless others by doing what God’s appointed you to do. But the ultimate purpose in doing the will of God is that His Kingdom is advanced EVERY time you act according to His will.
If you've ever grappled with living a life according to God's will, this book is for you.
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