What is God’s will for my life? Most of the time when we ask this question, we have a more particular question in mind:
- Should I marry him/her?
- Should I buy this/that?
- Should I quit my current job?
- Should I take that new job?
- Should I move here/there?
And many more questions like these. . .
While these are all legitimate questions and we often have to make decisions about certain things, there is actually a much broader question about God’s will for us that is not answered only on “some days” but is answered “every day.” The broader question is this: what does God desire for my life? What does He want me to do? Who does He desire that I be?
Don’t you wish you could ask Jesus Himself that question? “What do You want me to do, Jesus? What do You desire for my life?”
Guess what? The question has already been asked of Jesus . . . by a lawyer in Matthew 22:34-40 . . . and this Sunday we will see how Jesus answers this question in our final installment of the “King of the Mountain” series. We hope you can join us at Wildwood in our 9:45 or 11:00 service as we dive into God’s Word together . . . and see His revolutionary answer that has great implications for our lives today. See you Sunday!