So Easy To Read, So Hard To Do: Your Will Be Done (Matthew 6:10) (VIII)

This is the eighth in a series of blogs on the ease of reading the words of Jesus in the book of Matthew … and the difficulty of following them.

Your Kingdom come, Your will be done.
(Matthew 6:10)

“Your will be done.” Does that mean all the time “Your will be done,” or just some of the time “Your will be done”?

I know, I know, it’s all the time, but my life looks more like some of the time.

“Your will be done.”  It makes for a good prayer and a great way to live life.

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#1 So Easy To Read, So Hard To Do: Do Not Worry (Matthew 6:25) (I)
#2 So Easy To Read, So Hard To Do: That’s Blessed? (Matthew 5:11) (II)
#3 So Easy To Read, So Hard To Do: I Am The Light of the World? (Matthew 5:14) (III)
#4 So Easy To Read, So Hard To Do: What? I’m Called To Be Perfect! (Matthew 5:48) (IV)
#5 So Easy To Read, So Hard To Do: Do Your Charitable Deeds In Secret (Matthew 6:3,4) (V)
#6 So Easy To Read, So Hard To Do: Pray This Way (Matthew 6:5) (VI)
#7 So Easy to Read, So Hard To Do: In This Manner … Pray: Our Father (Matthew 6:9) (VII)

About drjstewart

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