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We all want to know why we exist. We all want to know what special task God may have given us. So, we wonder. Why doesn’t God tell me what He wants me to do.
Does anyone know why God does not tell each of us what we are suppose to do? Christians know that God gave us the Bible, but not many people claim to be receiving individual direction from God.
Why doesn’t God tell each of us what to do? Well, he did talk to Adam and Eve directly, but, as Genesis 3 explains, Adam and Eve disobeyed Him. Since then God has not communicated directly with many of us. As Numbers 12:6-8 makes clear, when God communicated mouth to mouth with Moses, that was an exception, not the rule.
So, what can we do? If God won’t talk to us, how can we know what God wants?…
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We seem to be on the same wave length today in regard to the meaning of being blessed.
My Post today gives another perspective in regards to the Cook County Health Budget to the reason using this verse.
“What good is it for someone to gain the whole world, yet forfeit their soul?” (Mark 8:36)
I linked your post to mine.
Regards and goodwill blogging.