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Decision Making and the Will of God by Garry Friesen
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Nov 29, 15

really liked it
bookshelves: x-2010-read, spiritual
Read in January, 2010

Very interesting perspective that helped me clear through the fog of what God's will really is for my life. We often hear that we did something because it was God’s will for me. But God’s direct commands to people only came during the Church’s formative years and the beginnings of Israel... Some passages include: "God clearly has the ability to develop an individual will for your life, but it is wrong to contend that God’s orderliness demands that he create us a specific plan." and "God is like a good father who teaches his children the basics of right and wrong, and prepares them to make their individual decisions with these things in mind." Ultimate point... "God's will" can mean many different things. God can work with our individual decisions so long as we follow his scriptures.

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