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How will you exercise your free will?

God is real, and He is waiting for you to allow Him to be an active participant in your life!

God graced every one of us with this thing called

>>>>>>>>>>>>FREE WILL<<<<<<<<<<<<

Hence, we have the freedom to choose what we do with our life (i.e. what to eat, when to play, who to vote for, etc.).

+Whether to do what is expected or you, or do what you want to do.
+Whether to do what is good, or do what is bad.
+Whether to follow God, or follow sin.

As I see it, in every decision you make there will always be one option that is good, and one that is bad.

God trusts and loves us so much that He allows us to make our own decisions.  He doesn't force us to love Him.

*God is incompatible with sin, as He is a deity, right?  Perfect, all-knowing, all-powerful.  And completely HOLY.  Bad things don't mix with good things, like oil and water.

No matter what we do, we can never be perfect.  The Bible talks about how we are all sinful, that none of us are worthy.  But through the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ, the power of sin and bad stuff over our lives has been karate-chopped and defeated! 

Through Jesus, we are forgiven of our sins, and all we need do is be upfront and real with God, and be like, "Hey God, yeah I know I'm just human.  I'm sorry about..."

How much more can we humans do with the King of all Kings on our side, yo?   SHAZAAM!

When it comes down to it, I was just thinking, what in this crazy, chaotic world can we really control, save ourselves?  If such is the case, why not then consciously go out and love one another?  That's the greatest thing in the world, I think.

I believe that God gave each of us a purpose and a map of our lives filled with awesome jobs and a perfect spouse and family etc., but how you choose to get to each of these things is up to you.

Remember, God is waiting to help you.  All you gotta do is ask.  All it takes is a leap of faith, and a simple prayer.  I challenge you to talk to God, even if you don't believe in Him.  You do, after all, have a choice.  So...

How will you exercise your free will?


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Dec. 10th, 2008 10:10 pm (UTC)
how have YOU been exercising your free will?
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