To know the will of God is every Christian's desire. This article explains that when looking to know God's will, the first question to ask is not, "What should I do?" but "Who should I be?"
How can you know the will of God? This article provides seven steps.
What is it that hinders you from living according to the will of God? There are three obstacles: impatience, discontentment, and inactivity.
How do you discern the will of God? This article gives two answers to this question, showing how God does not reveal himself and how He does reveal himself.
This article demonstrates that God's love is immutable and every good and bad thing that happens to the believer has been determined and sanctioned by God. Thus, the believer accepts all things because they are all the will of God and his eternal counsel. There is no need to fear because God is in absolute control.
God has made his will known. How should Christians respond to the will of God? This article gives fives ways.
It is not always easy to discern the will of God for our lives in diverse situations. The author of this article, however, is convinced that universal moral absolutes do exist, that God has revealed them to us, and that with the guidance of the Holy Spirit and the use of good hermeneutics and exegesis we can discern them.