What if knowing God’s will for your life was not as complicated as it seems?
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I have a friend who has struggled for a very long time to understand what God’s plan is for him. Like all of us, he longs to know that he’s in “the center of God’s will.” He’s wants to find that sweet spot where his work, relationships, family, and church jive perfectly and if feels like he’s enjoying God’s very best. Some of you know what that feels like. Some of you – like my friend – have no clue what that is like, but you wish (and pray) that you did!
I’ve been in your boat—a lot. But there is good news for all of us who ask, “Can God’s will for my life be found and followed?” It can. It absolutely can. And it’s not as difficult to figure out as we tend to think. Continue reading
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I am reading through the Christmas narrative in my Bible as I work on a Christmas writing project. It feels kind of weird to do it in August. But hey, if my little brother Andrew can record a Christmas album in August, I can write a Christmas book. (Andrew-Greer.com – How about that for a shameless Greer family plug?!).
As I read Mary’s journey with fresh eyes, I’ve thought long and hard about just how crazy of an experience it must have been.
Imagine being told by an angel that you would play a major role in God’s plan for the world; while you were still a teenager. And imagine that plan including an out-of-wedlock pregnancy in a society that stoned women for unmarried sexual activity.
With just those two things in mind, would you have believed that an angel actually appeared to you? Continue reading