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How to know God's Plan For My Life ?

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    • Meril Jeffery John.J
      By Meril Jeffery John.J

      For I know the plans I have for you,’ declared the Lord, ‘plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future’” (Jeremiah 29:11)

      God Always has a plan that you will never understand and you will never even be able to imagine his plan to make it more understandable for you i have created a blog regarding this just go through it.


      I hope this will help you budy Smile


      • rimal
        By rimal

        The Five Simple Steps

        Here are five simple steps that might help. They're not exclusive, and may appear too simple for you. But I believe they work:

        • ASK. You want wisdom? James 1:5 says to ask God for it. But believe God will give it to you. Most of us have a tendency to figure things out on our own. God is saying, "Hello, I'm here. I made you. Trust me."


        • BE FAITHFUL WHERE YOU ARE. God will not give you greater opportunities or responsibilities if you aren't faithful with what He's already entrusted you in the smaller areas of your life (See Matthew 25:21). Serve Him cheerfully, gratefully, faithfully, wherever you are, no matter what your lot in life may be right now.


        • LISTEN. Continue to study and pray (and even fast), watching for insights from God's Word and the Holy Spirit. Other trusted believers can help balance your perspective. But in the end, God and His Word never change (Malachi 3:6, James 1:17). God will not "tell" you to do something that is against His righteous character or contrary to the principles in His Word. His Word is powerful, bringing instruction, correction, training, and equipping us thoroughly "for every good work" (2 Timothy 3:16-17). Trying to make decisions without consulting God or His Word is like trying to find our way through a dark tunnel without a flashlight.


        • WAIT. Waiting is not always easy. Sometimes God gives you more than one good choice. That happened to us one year when two churches were interested in my husband coming to serve as a new staff member. Both churches seemed like possible fits. We considered both, but had no answers. So we waited and prayed. Before we had to make a decision, God had eliminated one and cleared the way for the other.