11 thoughts on “What Does The NT Say About God’s Will? | Our Daily Bread Ministries”

  1. Amen! Seeking God’s will requires patience and an authentic faith trusting “For my thoughts are not your thoughts, neither are your ways my ways, declares the Lord”. – Isa.55:8

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  2. Your poster, “Paradise is not a place,” is incorrect. Jesus said specifically, I go to prepare A PLACE for you. (John 14:1-7) He is not preparing a state of mind for us, but a city described in Revelation 21.

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    1. Well , maybe , a place is not meant to be literal but metaphoric because God is omnipresent. Maybe , paradise is like tremendously ecstatic state of consciousness or a great revelation or rebirth or resurrection with Christ consciousness . Isn’t that possible to have an implicit indirect meaning ?


      1. If one reads the Bible, it is the unmistakable teaching that Heaven is a place where we will see God in our flesh (Job 19:25-26) Just as a body without a spirit is not a human any more, a spirit without a body is something other than human. He created us to be both body and soul, and will make us such again in the New Kingdom.


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