Divine Guidance-Part 5

Posted By on Sunday, June 12, 2016

4. Point out some characteristics of a surrendered will from:(1) John 6:38 – It does not regard its own will as the purpose of life(2) John 5:30 – It does not seek its own will as the desire of of life(3) Luke 22:42 – It resolutely sets aside its own will for that of God(4) John 4:34 – It embraces the Father’s will as the very sustenance and joy of life, Psa. 40:6-8


1. Enumerate various means which God uses in guidance as seen from:(1) Psa. 119:105 – The word of God as the supreme criteria “until the day dawn,” 2 Peter 1:17-21(2) Rom. 8:14 – The Holy Spirit in the diversity of his mysterious working, John 3:8, whether in action, Luke 4:1, or in active inaction, Num. 10:12(3) 1 Sam. 9:1-17 – Divine providence, i. e., the ability of God to make all events perform his will and accomplish his purpose, Dan. 4:35; Psa. 75:5-7(4) Prov. 11:3 – Personal integrity based upon the principles of the word of God(5) Acts 8:26 – Angels, “ministering spirits, sent forth to minister for them who shall be heirs of salvation,” Heb. 1:14(6) 1 Sam. 10:1-7 – Signs, such as a supernatural phenomena, Ex. 3:1-4, an event, Luke 17:26-30, or a person, Isa. 8:18, ordained of God to be a token or symbol of some message he wishes to convey