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We are we are to be we are.

And each day, like Paul, we will find open doors, God creates to fulfill the will of God in our lives. (1 Cor. 16:8-9)

Since we are to offer our bodies as , God’s will is about the way I live each and every day.

The providential will of God refers to the things God is going to do . (Acts 2:23)

The moral will of God refers to the do’s and dont's God has in His word. (1 Thess. 4:3).

This is where God shows the immenseness of . He allows each of us the power to embrace Him or resist Him.

The personal will of God refers to the things the Father wants to do with our individual lives.

I estimate that of God’s will for our lives is in the “moral will” category — things He has specifically directed in Scripture that we obey.

The more we to the providential will of God, and the more we are to the moral will of God, the easier it is to the personal will of God. - Andy Stanley.

gives us the keys to the kingdom of Heaven because He’s regularly going to bring us to doors where we can use those keys. (Mt. 16:9)

In the scripture, a door represents opportunity to be obedient to God. A door is a pathway to find His . (Rev. 3:7-8)

Every day the Father is going to bring us to doors that allow us the opportunity to fulfill His will for our lives, His will that is , pleasing and perfect.

Daily we will be given opportunities to be followers of Jesus who are empowered to bring , and to a world who desperately needs it. (Lk. 19:10; Mk. 10:45; Lk. 4:18-19)

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