Some people think finding God’s will is like reading a horoscope. “This is your day!” “Love is in the air.” “A storm is in your future.”
Close your eyes. Open your Bible. Drop your finger on a passage and that is your lot in life. I did that once when I was a kid and landed on “Man of Sorrows.” That was my last attempt at biblical fortune-telling and could be the reason why I was reluctant to marry!
Finding God’s will for your life doesn’t require a theology degree. In fact, if you’ve ever taken a road trip, you already know how to find God’s will.
Years ago, when we were in Kentucky, a bunch of us friends took an annual ski trip to Colorado. Oddly enough, this road trip, not seminary, taught me how to walk in God’s will.