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God's Will for Us

Updated: Mar 13

Greetings in the Name of our Reigning King!

Recently, in light of Proverbs 18:1, “Through desire a man, having separated himself, seeks and intermeddles with all wisdom,” my wife and I have found ourselves asking two questions. First, apart from a personal desire or hunger, can an individual really come to have a relationship with God? We believe the answer to that question is an emphatic “no.” In other words, the one thing God will not do is override or violate your will to have a relationship with you. Simply put, if you don’t want him, you will not find him.

The second question goes a little deeper. Is God able to change an individual’s desire without violating their will? In other words, if you lead the horse to water, even though he doesn’t want to drink; can you get him to drink of his own accord? We believe the answer to this question is “yes.”

Once more, going back to scripture we find in Proverbs 21:1, “The king’s heart is in the hand of the Lord, as rivers of water: he turns them wheresoever He desires.” What that means is that by squeezing or putting a little pressure on us, God can literally redirect our desires. I mean let’s be honest; none of us chose God, He chose us. Furthermore, although our choosing him was our choice, inevitably it was his doing that caused us to look up. By the way, this is why it’s so important to pray for our lost loved ones. God is the only one who is capable redirecting an individual’s heart and desires.

In fact, it’s in light of this truth that I believe God is getting ready to do something incredible. But before that can take place, He’s first going to have to redirect our desires. My prayer is simple – squeeze and redirect my heart to your will.

May God bless you richly!

In His Service,

Brother Rick George

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