Sermon: May His Will Be Done and My Will Be Gone Print
Sunday, 16 October 2011 18:48

Majority of Christians flaunt their formalities, but they have not submitted to the will of God. For example, a believer may be going to church, tithing, witnessing, and living clean from sin, but when the Lord tells him to surrender his job and become a preacher, he does not do it. This is just one case of many others who act like good Christians but do not follow what the Lord tells them to do. There is only a small percentage you can find who will completely dedicate their lives to the Father in all things. Jesus is a clear role model in giving in to the will of God no matter the cost. He could have chosen life in Heaven without sin, but He obeyed the Lord by taking all of our sins upon Himself.  If Christ can sacrifice so much, why can't we sacrifice as much to the will of God? The hard part is not for people to get saved. The hard part is not for people to serve faithfully in church. The hard part is not to walk and talk with our beloved Father. The hard part is when God wants everything of yourself surrendered to His will and pleasure.  At the end of this message, will you let His will be done and your will be gone?

 

Mark 14:36
And he said, Abba, Father, all things are possible unto thee; take away this cup from me: nevertheless not what I will, but what thou wilt.

 

  1. Remember Who Is Your Father
  2. Realize What Is Your Desire
  3. Recognize When Is Your Surrender

 

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