What is God’s will for your life?
King David described the process of knowing God’s will in a psalm: “Delight yourself in the Lord and he will give you the desires of your heart” (Psalm 37:4). “Delight,” anag in Hebrew, means “to make one’s heart pliable.” In essence, it is a surrendered heart that is humble toward God, like clay in the Potter’s hands. “Give” is translated from nathan in Hebrew, meaning “to orchestrate.” Thus, when our hearts become malleable in God’s hands, He makes our desires to be like His. This is how we experience God’s will in our lives.
Today, offer your heart to God, like clay in the Potter’s hands. He will shape your desires to be like His, and you will begin to experience His will for your life.
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