Webcast

How to Know the Will of God

by Greg Laurie on Apr 7, 2019

In this webcast, pastor and teacher Greg Laurie shares a message from Romans 12 in our “Relentless Grace Series  at Harvest Christian Fellowship titled, “How to Know the Will of God”

Sermon Notes

In this important and relevant message for today, Pastor and teacher Greg Laurie show us how we can know the will of God. Do you always wish you knew the will of God? Do you sometimes feel lost when you make decisions stressed out that you may be making a mistake? Well it is easier than you think to know exactly what God’s will is! Follow along with Greg Laurie as we dive into the book of Romans.

Application

The reason God wants to reveal His will to you is because you are His friend! The Creator of the universe wants to reveal His purposes to us because friends confide in friends. We need to remember a few important things

  • God’s will is not an itinerary but an attitude.
  • God’s way becomes clear when we start walking in it.
  • We are all called to glorify God with our lives.

It is also important for Christians to remember that

  • We need to present our minds. (Fill our minds with God’s truth).
  • We need to present our words. (How we use our words: What we say to others).
  • We need to present our hands and feet!

We have a choice in life; we can either be a conformer or a transformer. We can seek to change the world or the world can change us. God speaks to us through circumstances. We must submit to the will of God whether we like it or not.

Scriptures

  • Philippians 4:8
  • James 3:5
  • Proverbs 6:16–18
  • John 15:15
  • Psalm 25:14
  • 1 Peter 4:2
  • Psalm 40:8
  • James 4:17
  • Romans 12:1–2
  • Romans 10:15
  • 2 Corinthians 8:5
  • Romans 12:2
  • Psalm 119:105
  • 2 Timothy 3:16
  • Isaiah 55:12
  • Colossians 3:15
  • Ecclesiastes 3:11

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