The 5 "S"

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The Will of God can be broken down into five specific parts. They are as followed:
1. Salvation - "God has no reason to reveal to you anything in particular about your life because you have not met qualification number one: salvation" (p. 13). If we do not believe in his existence we cannot fall under His will. If we have faith in who God is then we can also believe in His will and that what He offers us is as real as Himself . "If you have never committed your life to Jesus Christ, you cannot expect anything at all from God" (p. 16). God has no obligation to save us, in His sovereignty and His grace salvation is found. Only if we believe, are we brought into his will.
2. Spirit-filled - "There is no Christian who does not possess the Holy Spirit" (p. 21). If you have accepted Christ into your life then you have been equipped with God’s Holy Spirit. “We do not need to ask for the Spirit: He is in us already; since we have the Spirit, we also have power” (p. 74) The Spirit is what allows us to be usable by God in which we are called for His purposes.
3. Sanctification - “God desires every believer to be sanctified” (p.37) It makes God happy when we desire what he desires. ”We ought to keep our bodies in subjection to ensure that we are honoring God" (p. 40). Our words and actions display Christ, when we choose His way we are glorifying Jesus’ name. "God's calling—God's will—is that we be sanctified, holy, pure" (p. 42). Choosing God’s plan for our lives congruent with His will, means saying “no” to some things to choose the better yes that God has designed because He loves us.
4. Submission - "The Christian strives to be the best person he or she can be and to make the best contribution to society possible within the bounds of the law" (p. 47). Our attitudes and actions are an example to the world that does not know Christ. "God wants us to be the kind of…...

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