Does God have a perfect will for each Christian? Does it matter? Can you be absolutely sure of God’s individual will for your life? In an easy-to-follow narrative style, Garry Friesen examines the prevalent views on God’s will today, then rejects them to propose a different view that he believes more accurately reflects biblical teaching. This rerelease of Decision Making takes up the practical issues of choosing a mate, picking a career, giving of one’s resources, and areas of disagreement between Christians to give readers a new approach to knowing the will of God.
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|Title of Religion eBook: Decision Making and the Will of God|
|Release Date: 10-07-2009|
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|Publisher: The Doubleday Religious Publishing Group|
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Decision Making and the Will of God
Chapter OneON MARRIAGE AND MISSIONS
Bill Thompson's concentration on the computer screen was so focused that he literally jumped at the sound of his secretary's voice on the intercom.
"I'm sorry to disturb you, Pastor," she said, "but Ted Bradford just came in and asked if he could talk with you. I thought you might want to see him."
Bill's initial irritation at her contravention of his "do not disturb" order melted instantly and a smile erased the frown from his face. He hit the "save" button on the computer as he replied, "You're right, Charlene. Send him in."
He got up from his chair and noticed that it felt good to stretch. He wondered how long he had been hunched over his keyboard as he moved toward the door to admit Ted to his office. Genuinely glad to see a young man he considered one of his prot...