God’s Will is Always Done

Gods Will

We must always be aware, that God’s Will is always done. While God, the Father of Creation, is one of Unconditional Love and Mercy is so great…we must also keep in mind that He is also a “jealous God”. What does this mean? Many unbelievers use this to make a case against God’s Love. But it only shows, that He means what He says, when He is the Supreme Being, and that His Creations do not dictate to Him how things should be (Because He sees what we have done, when given the choice to choose what is right and wrong in our lives through our freewill, resulting in the current conditions and atrocities that exist in the world, today.), as well as the endless mercy and chances, He provides, in giving us the endless chance to change in our ways. Through our freewill, Mankind has chosen to outright serve evil, or to serve both Him and Evil. This is why God says, He would rather us choose to believe or to not believe, rather than being lukewarm in what we believe.

If we look at the story of the Prophet Job, we see a faithful servant of God undergoing such extreme earthly trials. Remember, evil or Satan, specifically, as stated in the Holy Bible’s Scriptures, could not commit the evil trials, unless it was OK’ed by God, Himself. From one aspect, Satan was trying to prove to God, how flawed Mankind is…while God was trusting Job to prove His Case that Mankind was His Most Prized Creations, and deserve even higher ranks than the angels themselves. And of course, though as tough the trials were for Job, He proved God’s case in being faithful to Him, despite having everything (in the earthly sense) being taken away. God asks us to put Him, above all else, just as Jesus Christ showed us on the Cross, at Calvary, though having a split moment of doubt in God’s Will.  God’s Will is Always Done.

God being as pure as He is, wants true believers in His Eternal Kingdom. So trials need to occur, the toughest coming to those who are bound to the Eternal Kingdom, with little earthly rewards, so that all the sin-stained human nature is purified and rid of the impure seed, once planted by evil. Remember the 7 deadly sins are : 1) Greed; 2)Gluttony; 3) Pride; 4) Envy; 5) Lust; 6) Sloth; and 7) Wrath. Such roads taken for self love, self indulgence, and even revenge, are ways that are not of the Eternal Kingdom or the Divine Laws of the Eternal Kingdom. Trials come to refine the soul within, that may grow weak to such things, especially that of Pride, Lust and Wrath. So remember all suffering on this earth, in honoring and upholding the Divine Laws of the Eternal Kingdom, will always be honored by God. As it states in Isaiah 54:9-17: (NIV)

“To me this is like the days of Noah,
    when I swore that the waters of Noah would never again cover the earth.
So now I have sworn not to be angry with you,
    never to rebuke you again.
10 Though the mountains be shaken
    and the hills be removed,
yet my unfailing love for you will not be shaken
    nor my covenant of peace be removed,”
    says the Lord, who has compassion on you.

11 “Afflicted city, lashed by storms and not comforted,
    I will rebuild you with stones of turquoise,
    your foundations with lapis lazuli.
12 I will make your battlements of rubies,
    your gates of sparkling jewels,
    and all your walls of precious stones.
13 All your children will be taught by the Lord,
    and great will be their peace.
14 In righteousness you will be established:
Tyranny will be far from you;
    you will have nothing to fear.
Terror will be far removed;
    it will not come near you.
15 If anyone does attack you, it will not be my doing;
    whoever attacks you will surrender to you.

16 “See, it is I who created the blacksmith
    who fans the coals into flame
    and forges a weapon fit for its work.
And it is I who have created the destroyer to wreak havoc;
17     no weapon forged against you will prevail,
    and you will refute every tongue that accuses you.
This is the heritage of the servants of the Lord,
    and this is their vindication from me,
declares the Lord.”

Who are we to think that we are God? It is the deception that was implanted in Mankind, since the time in the Garden of Eden, when the serpent planted it in Adam and Eve, that perpetuated. He wants true believers in His Unconditional Love, Mercy, and Nonviolence. It is in these earthly trials that we truly break away from the ways of this world, to which God the Father of Creation said He is not a part of. Is this not what Jesus Christ, His Son, showed us with His Own Life, Death, and Resurrection? Our faith should trump all the earthly trials we face in this world. Because we have the confidence in a God who we know His Truth prevails. God’s Will is Always Done. Remember, evil can not do anything without God knowing it. And this is how foolish we can be as human beings, we think we can rewrite our pasts….or what we have done….but there is always a Supreme God who sees everything from His Throne in the Eternal Kingdom.

As believers, God expects us to know better. This is why He despises those who are lukewarm. God sees the heart and soul inside…he knows the difference between those who have backslid, and those who are in outright rebellion towards Him. Repentance from such things requires a true transformation of the heart to not desire to sin again. We must remember that God does not taking mocking Him for too long. It honestly does not matter whether we believe in Him or not. He shows us His Existence with each day we are given to live, as well as the nature outside our windows. God has allowed for all to exist, with the choices we have made, as Man, through our freewill. There will come a time, where we will find out whether it was in accordance to His Divine Laws within the Eternal Kingdom or not. God’s Will is Always Done.

Times may get tough in our lives on this earth, but not as tough as it will be in the Eternity away from God’s Mercy, Unconditional Love and Forgiveness….this is an endless torture that will not provide any rest to the soul. There is no outsmarting God…..God’s Will is Always Done.

2 thoughts on “God’s Will is Always Done

  1. Happy Zhou

    Great article. I think you quoted the wrong scripture there, are you sure that’s from Isaiah9: 17. Check the King James version please, you may want to double check it. Great perspective though. God is God that God is in us today.


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