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The Will of God

It is in the general will of God that none should perish. For those who reject it, for those who refuse to believe in Jesus Christ, the results are devastating and of eternal consequence.

It is the perfect will of God for each Christian that we live 100 percent in Him, walking in the Light as He is in the Light; that we are available to do everything He asks us to do in order to be a light unto the world and therefore fulfill the will of God.

As we are filled with the Light we become light, a beacon of hope to a world of darkness. If each of us live as He wants us to live, we could reach the world and fulfill God's command.

But, for every time we fail, for every time we sin, for every moment we are not living in His perfect will, there is the possibility that one person may not heed the Word or may even reject the Word, because of our disobedience.

It is only by living every moment in the perfect will of God that we can be confident.

It is only by fulfilling the Word of God that we can be secure and face the judgement without spot and blameless.

I'm convinced that if every Christian lived as God wants them to live, we could reach the world in our lifetime.

They may not all accept, but we would have fulfilled our part by being available to share and by being perfect examples of our Lord by doing His will on this Earth.

The general will of God is that none should perish. It is the perfect will of God that each of us put Him first so that we live our lives 100 percent available to reach them and thus fulfill the general will of God.

" Therefore to him that knoweth to do good, and doeth it not, to him it is sin."

James 4:17

"Be ye therefore perfect, even as your Father which is in heaven is perfect."
Matthew 5:48

"My little children, these things write I unto you, that ye sin not."
1 John 2:1

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