Thy kingdom come. Thy will be done in earth, as it is in heaven.
Matthew 6:10 KJV.
Beloved, there’s courage, faith and stability that comes when we fully understand God’s will as it relates to our lives.
First we must understand that whatever eliminates God’s kingdom from our hearts will affect His will for us. This is because God’s will can only happen in God’s kingdom….Hence the Bible tells us that when His kingdom becomes established on the earth realm, “His will” shall find expression through those who by virtue of divine regeneration are made citizens of His heavenly dynasty.
It’s erroneous to conclude that God’s will only happens when we live the good life, see prosperity and have length of days on this phase of eternity. If this is the case then the patriachs of old by whom this gospel was delivered to us will not make the list of those who’s lives were signatures to the uncompromising will of God. The death they died and the lives they lived didn’t get the pleasant array of attention as we see today. Even Jesus our savior struggled with God’s will at the garden of Gathsemane (Matthew 26:39)….His experience was a lesson to the future “Christs” that the race of life in “God’s will” can only be possible through grace.
Many of us when faced with persecution, adversity, rejection and condemnation begin to ask God questions notifying Him of our refusal to register our present predicament as part of His will for us.
Beloved, the peace we feel amidst the storm, the joy that emanates amidst the pain and the love we have amidst rejection are quantifiers of a life not from this frame. You see, “Until kingdom happens to you, God’s will cannot matter to you”.
You can be a committed member of a religious organization. You can even hold titles that makes you well recognized in your place of worship. All these put together does not in anyway affirm God’s will. Your commitment to a denomination is immaterial…..what matters is the degree of affinity you have with God’s kingdom. You can’t be kingdom driven and lose out on God’s will.
Beloved, living in God’s will is living a sanctified life.
Let’s pray: Father we ask that your kingdom be fully established for your will to be made manifest in our lives, Amen.
God bless you richly!!!
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