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Carmen N March 21, 2015 at 8:59 am

Hi Pastor Jack,

I am joyful that God uses you to answer some of my questions. It is strange since you wrote this on the 17 and I did not read this until today. And nestled in one paragraph was “Want to know what the will of God is? Here it is: ‘give thanks in all circumstances; for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus for you’ (1 Thess 5:18).” Imagined that! I have been searching for a couple of days this subject and today I see this article. Everything in due season, right?

I also found and article quite interesting about God’s authorship and freewill titled “What Fiction Tells Us About Free Will” at http://www.blogos.org/organicfruit/god-as-author.html

Most of the time, my sinful nature takes over and bubbles over, and I wish God would take away my freewill. I do not want to say this, but in my case, it is difficult to be obedient to God and his Word and not sin. I want the Lord to be in control of my life and yet I do not know how to let Him take over completely.

Jack Wellman March 21, 2015 at 9:24 am

Thank you for your kind words Carmen. I am with you on the sinful nature but look at how Paul still struggled mightily in Romans 7. I want to let Him take over too but the good news is that there is the struggle with sin and that is promoted by the Spirit of God. If there were no struggle, then I would be worried. That you are in a fight for obedience is evidence that you love God and desire to obey Him. Take heart, God will never give up on us.





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