We Long For His Will to Be Done
It's a universal principle that the one whose will you celebrate the most is the one you love the most. Join us as we see how this principle applies to living in an actual relationship with God!
We Long For His Will to Be Done: Psalm 138
- David rejoiced that the Lord’s will is to clearly demonstrate that there is no one more worthy of praise than the Lord! (138:1-2)
- David rejoiced that the Lord’s will is to use sufferings and weakness to demonstrate His power and faithfulness. (138: 3-5)
- David rejoiced that it is the Lord’s will to bless the humble. (138:6)
- David rejoiced that it is the Lord’s will to protect His own. (138:7)
- David rejoiced that it is the Lord’s will to finish what the Lord started! (138:8)
Whose will are you longing for? Do you get the greatest joy out of God’s will being accomplished or yours? What does that say about who you believe God to be, what He did for you on the cross and as such has provided you in the New Covenant?