Nathan Sehi • Sermon • • 0 views
In our culture, the will of God is often treated as a subjective knowledge, difficult to obtain and confusing to figure out. But this passage teaches us that God's will is knowable. It is principally not found in soul searching over a job or financial decision, but in a faithful growth in the Gospel that we already know. Imagine if we spent more time applying the Gospel in understanding and wisdom then in soul searching. What would our lives look and how would it shine for Jesus?