3 edition of God"s will for you found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Gloria Copeland|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||152 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||152|
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In this warm little book, he explains to you what God's will is and how He reveals it yes, even to you, and even in the seemingly random events of your life. No matter what you're going through now (or may have gone through), you'll see why you should love and trust in God's will and long for its fulfillment/5(46).
Finding God's Will For You If your life seems to make no sense, or if you don’t know which path to take, St. Francis de Sales will console and inform you. In this warm little book, he explains to you what God’s will is and how He reveals it — yes, even to you, and even in the seemingly random events of your life.
Found: God's Will basically says that if you are conformed to God's general will for your life, you will be able to decide for yourself what God's specific will is for your life. Thus most of this book sets out God's general will for every person/5(). The lesser known of St. Francis's books, Finding God's Will For You serves as an instructive discussion on how to navigate through life according to God's will.
Francis de Sales is the patron saint of writers and after reading his book, it's easy to see why/5. God wants us to live in peace and happiness on a paradise earth forever. You may wonder, though, ‘How could that ever happen?’ The Bible says that God’s Kingdom will make it possible, and it is God’s will that all people learn about that Kingdom and his purpose for us.
—Psalm29; Isaiah God wants us to benefit ourselves. The Bible speaks of God's will from more than one perspective. First, the Bible speaks of God's sovereign, or supreme, will. Ephesians teaches God is the One "who works all things according to the counsel of His will.".