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Will To Be Faithful

My Utmost His Highest

". . . choose for yourselves this day whom you will serve . . ." (Joshua 24:15)

A person’s will is embodied in the actions of the whole person. I cannot give up my will — I must exercise it, putting it into action. I must will to obey, and I must will to receive God’s Spirit. When God gives me a vision of truth, there is never a question of what He will do, but only of what I will do. The Lord has been placing in front of each of us some big proposals and plans. The best thing to do is to remember what you did before when you were touched by God. Recall the moment when you were saved, or first recognized Jesus, or realized some truth. It was easy then to yield your allegiance to God. Immediately recall those moments each time the Spirit of God brings some new proposal before you. (read more) (purchase)

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