Learn to agree with God! Agree with all that He is doing in your life, knowing that He will work it out His way for your good according to His will. This agreement leads to joy, peace, and rest for your soul. Aren’t you tired of your soul being in a constant state of unrest? Agree with Him.
We may have already chosen to follow God, letting him define the overall direction of our life. Even so, many of us still try to keep parts of our heart hidden from God. We have devoted these parts of ourself to gratifying our addiction, to doing things that are contrary to the will of God. This sets us up for living a double life, which can fill us with guilt, shame, and instability.
Too few Christians realize the importance of the Word of God in prayer. We know that faith begins where the will of God is known. And we know that God's Word is His will. So find scriptures that definitely promise the things you are asking for. If the Scriptures don't promise you the things you are desiring, you don't have any business praying for those things. And you shouldn't want anything that the Word of God says you shouldn't have. Many believers are trying to pray beyond their faith. But it's the Word that gives you faith.
Many times with good intentions, people try to call people out of the will of God. A man should know his absolute calling. You should know what you're doing. And with not just a haphazard way, or let money pull you from one place to another or popularity do it. No matter how popular you are or how rich you are, you should always first seek God to know His plan and His will.
In acting according to the will of God revealed in his word, and in the whole worship of him, both internal and external: and this is to be done 'with fear', not with fear of man, nor with servile fear of God, but with a godly and filial fear, with a reverential affection for him, and in a way agreeable to his mind and will; with reverence and awe of him, without levity, carelessness, and negligence.
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