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Diphtery - Gods Decision (Cassette)

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  1. Jan 02,  · Again, the chief key to solid decision-making is knowing God’s will and not following the desires of our own hearts: “There is a way that seems right to a man, but its end is the way to death” (Proverbs ; cf. Proverbs ; Proverbs ). As we put our trust in God, rather than ourselves, we soon discover what decisions are.
  2. Apr 14,  · Section Two of Decision Making is a cri­tique of the “traditional view” presented in Section One. Friesen agrees that God has a sovereign will (“a predetermined plan for everything that happens in the universe,” p. 82), and that God has a moral will (“The Scriptures clearly reveal all of .
  3. Feb 06,  · How can we have the peace of knowing that our decision making is in God's will? How can a Christian make decisions with confidence? Who .
  4. Aug 17,  · She says two things about her decision: (1) She was too young to know any better. (2)I wouldn’t go away. However, if you ask her why she is still here, she will tell you it is because she promised. Good or bad decision, she’s lived with it. Bill Smith is a Teaching Elder in the Presbyterian Church of America. He is a writer and contributor.
  5. Following God’s guidance in decision making will help you to avoid potential pitfalls and honor the LORD in the decision you make. In studying Bible verses about decisions, there’s an observable 7-step biblical decision-making guide that comes to the surface.
  6. God’s commands are to be obeyed. There is no real decision that needs to be made when there is a clear command in the Bible concerning the matter. Simple obedience is the proper response to the Lord’s commands. Don’t complicate a decision because you think the Bible doesn’t apply to your situation. Apply Biblical Principles.
  7. Still, any one of the questions by itself can be misleading since each has a counterfeit (for example, God’s Word can be misinterpreted, we can mistake another voice for the voice of the Spirit, etc.). But as we give it time and prayer, the answers will begin to converge toward a wise decision.
  8. Nov 07,  · But God doesn’t just want you to make the right decision — He wants to guide you as you make it. In other words, God knows what is best for you, and He wants to reveal it to you and show you what you ought to do. If He didn’t love you, He wouldn’t care what decisions you made — but He does love you, and He does care.

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