When two spouses say, “I want what you want” …what a thriving marriage that will be!
But when two spouses want very different things and have different goals in mind… that is going to be a rough ride at best!
If it’s important in our earthly relationships to have two people wanting the same thing, how much more important is it to have that attitude in our relationship with God! YOUR will be done, God, not mine! I want what you want!
So what exactly does God want?
Join us as we look at John 6:40 and discuss that together!
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Dear Heavenly Father, when life is disappointing, we doubt your love for us and taunt your way of doing things. Give us a heart that trusts you boldly, especially when your timing leads us into something that is unpleasant. Assure us that what you want is simply this: that as many as possible come to faith in your saving name, and you are willing to allow difficulty and tragedy in order to help some people to listen to you. Bolster me in your truth, that I cling with hope to the knowledge that any suffering is only for a time, but my home in heaven lasts forever. I want what you want, Lord! Use me to bring your saving Word to many, one person at a time, and to live a life of faithful love until you call me home. It’s in your holy name that I pray, Amen.
Pastor, Victory of the Lamb Lutheran Church
“There is now no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus.” – Romans 8:1