Thursday, November 21, 2019

Walking in His Will....

We pray to be used as vessels, by the Holy Spirit, to accomplish the Will of God.
In that prayer, we are seeking a ministry to fulfill.

It took me years to realize that choosing to walk as Jesus did while He fulfilled His ministry here, is doing the Will of the Father.
I felt like I needed to be in a particular ministry....worship, teaching, support group, etc. to fulfill His Will for my life.

"What would Jesus do"?
In any circumstance, period!
Walking in love, sharing the Good News of Jesus Christ to a lost and dying world, even if it's to one person at a time. 
It is God's Will that none should perish....
Be that vessel that loves like Jesus loves, and share what He did on the cross.


If you are willing, the Holy Spirit will use you.
He will give you everything you need to share in prayer, and Word.
Don't worry about what other's are doing, or how eloquently they speak...God will meet you right where you are!
He can use anyone humble enough that is willing to surrender themselves to His Will.

We all fall short of the Glory everyday.....but 1 John 1:9 says..."If we confess our sins, He is faithful and just to forgive us our sins, and cleanse us from all unrighteousness."  
A true repentant heart, a servants attitude, and a disciple of Jesus Christ is, hopefully, walking daily in the Will of God....
WWJD
Debbie
xxoo

5 comments:

  1. Amen- Beautifully written, Debbie. God bless your heart! xo Diana

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  2. Hi Debbie. I love reading this post. I want to walk everyday with Jesus. Oh times, it's hard. Because I am only a human. I love when it's so quiet and I can talk with our Lord. I feel closer to Him that way. Blessings, xoxo,stay safe. Love you so much, Susie

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  3. Debbie,
    You’re so right! We, as Christians, need to tell this lost and dying world about Jesus. He will use us to do that, we just need to have faith and trust him and He will give us the words.
    Thank you for your encouraging words. God bless you!

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    1. Dear Mary,
      Thank you, so much, for visiting Seashells and Lavender again. I so appreciate your lovely comment. It's a blessing to communicate with a Sister In Christ! Have a wonderful weekend.
      xo

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  4. You are blooming where you are planted! What a beautiful and wise post.

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