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Session 2 | God's Will for Your Life


God is far more interested in a love relationship with you than He is in what you do for Him. His desire is for you to love Him. As He walks alongside you, He will guide you into specific activities. But even as you do those things, He will be the One working through you to accomplish His purposes. He is all you need. Christ in you is your way; He is your map. When you follow His leadership one day at a time, you will always be right in the middle of God’s will. 

The call to salvation carries with it a summons to be on mission with God as He reconciles a lost world to Himself. This calling requires you to be a servant of God. Jesus provided the best model of servanthood, which is both humble and obedient. As a servant, you must be moldable and remain available for the Master's use. Even though you may consider yourself ordinary, God will prepare you. Then He will do His work through you, revealing Himself to a watching world.

If anyone serves Me, he must follow Me. Where I am, there My servant also will be. If anyone serves Me, the Father will honor him. (John 12:26)


  • How have you experienced God since our last meeting?
  • What stood out or impacted you from the chapters?
  • Have you struggled to know God's will? If so, what has been your biggest challenge?
  • Are you satisfied with your relationship with Christ, or do you constantly feel the need to be doing something for Him?
  • Are you content to follow God one day at a time, or do you become anxious if you do not know where God is leading you in the future? If so, why is that?
  • Do you prefer to see yourself as a servant or as a manager?
  • Do you ever feel as if you are too ordinary or that you have failed too many times to be of use to God? If so, what does the Bible say about that?
  • Have you set conditions for how or where or when you will serve God? How do you think God views your conditional obedience?


Are you anxious about the future, or are you content to walk with Jesus one day at a time? Take some time alone with God, enjoying fellowship with Him without focusing on what you may need to do next. Consider what kind of servant you are for God. Make a special effort to serve your Lord in anything He prompts you to do.

*This content is a condensed and consolidated version ends of chapters 3 and 4. This is in no way original content to Fellowship Greenville. This content is from the book Experiencing God by Henry Blackaby, Richard Blackaby, and Claude King (copyright 2008). We are thankful for the use of the content and the impact it has had.