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We have been making a few adjustments here at KBJ.  We just did a kickoff for the KBJ Network yesterday.   It was a great turn out.  I thought it was interesting that after the noon meeting, several men stayed and talked for about 2 hours.  It was a great time, and much was discussed.  It was anointed.

I want to talk about one point that was discussed yesterday. If you are doing God’s will for your life, it is going to be tough. Each one of these guys is doing what he believes is God’s will for his life; and, it has been hard.

The point is God just wants a willing vessel. I got in the car yesterday and turned the radio on to Dr. David Jeremiah. The words he said were, “If you are doing God’s will, God will take care of the rest”.  Wow! He went on to discuss his story of how he came to his current church. He received a word of prophesy that he was to go and start a new church; but, he said, “God did not tell me that”. It took about a year; and then, he was obedient and willing. He said that when you agree to do God’s will in your life, it is not like going into business or accepting a job. In both of those situations you get the information first, then agree and sign the contract. 

God wants you to be willing to just sign the contract.  He will give you the details later. 

Psalm 37:4-6 (New International Version)


 4″ Delight yourself in the LORD
       and he will give you the desires of your heart.

 5 Commit your way to the LORD;
       trust in him and he will do this:

 6 He will make your righteousness shine like the dawn,
       the justice of your cause like the noonday sun.”

He just wants you to be obedient and willing. Believe me, this is the hardest part.

Are you willing to sign the contract?

Lowell Lane