Can I Know God’s Will for My Life?

Tuesday, 15 May 2007

And so "knowing the will of God" is not something that happens in a flash; it is the lifelong process of coming to know the revealed will of God for the church and for me as part of the church.
In John Buchan’s novel The Gap in the Curtain, five men, under the influence of the brilliant German physicist and mathematician Professor August Moe, glimpse pieces of information in the pages of a future issue of The London Times. Mayot has a vision of the front page of the paper and sees the name of the next prime minister. Tavanger views an item from the City page reporting an important merger. Reggie Daker sees an account on the Court page of the departure of an archaeological expedition with himself as a member. Sir Robert ...

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