We please Him by our daily sacrifice.
Today’s reading: Romans 11-13.
“How can I know God’s will?”
You’ve been there. Faced with a difficult decision, afraid to make the wrong choice, wanting deeply to please God, and wishing you knew what he wanted you to do. For many of these difficult choices God’s will isn’t revealed. In fact, his will may be permissive rather than restrictive. He allows you to choose based on the wisdom he has revealed to you through his word, prayer, and the counsel of believers.
There are also actions that God has clearly commanded, leaving no doubt about his will. “Be holy, as I am holy,” is one statement of God’s revealed will. Today’s passage in Romans is another, in which Paul takes us on a step-by-step journey that leads us into the center of God’s will.
Therefore, I urge you, brothers, in view of God’s mercy, to offer your bodies as living…
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