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The promise of Christmas is that He will give us power to make more of our than we can imagine as we live connected to His . (Ecc. 7:1; Pr. 22:1)

The sovereign will of God refers to the things that God is going to do . (1 Pet. 1:20; Gal. 4:4)

Christmas wasn’t the result of a .

Christmas was part of the original plan. Easter was written into the original .

The moral will of God refers to the do’s and don’ts God has in His word for all people. (1 Thess. 5:16-18)

The personal will of God refers to the things the Father wants to do with our individual lives that are not required of everyone.

The more we to the sovereign will of God, and the more we the moral will of God, the more we the personal will of God.

God is so mighty, so powerful, so amazing that He can allow us to have real and meaningful choices that matter, yet He can still bring about His sovereign will in this midst of our disobedience.

God generously offers His might .

The most staggering aspect of the might of God is His zeal for His rebellious creation, His for us.

God in His zeal offers to be mighty……

- … . (Zeph. 3:17)

- … . (Rom. 8:28)

- … . (Acts 4:13)

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