God’s Will

Are we setting ourselvs apart and being Holy for God?


1 Thessalonians 4:3

Holiness means to be set apart for God. Whereas other things are meant for the world or personal interests, holy things are only for God. Holy is Godly. Everything else isn’t. God’s will is for us to be holy.

For us to be holy means we are to be focused on God. Our mindsets and hearts are to be loving as God is loving. Not to be concerned with our desires but on God and others.

When we dedicate our lives to God’s will, we are living a holy life. We are entering into communion with God. And that is what God wants. For us to approach and remain close to God.

How can we approach God more today? Where can we act in accordance with God? How can we allow God to live through us? Let us start thinking more on living our days for God instead of our wills.

Tags: Communion, Focus, Holy, Thessalonians

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