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Lord, what wilt thou have me to do?

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Announcements Forums Sacrament – January 14th, 2018 Lord, what wilt thou have me to do?

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    JPalmer
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    GOLDEN TEXT: ACTS 9 : 6
    “Lord, what wilt thou have me to do?”

    I really love this verse. It seems so simple, but I remember vividly all the years I felt I had no direction and no possibility of making a right decision. Now I’ve been shown that God was indeed guiding me all that time; and yet, to learn here the value of earnestly asking “Lord, what wilt thou have me to do?” (and how to listen for the response, and then how to act on it), this has changed my life. I am grateful for His guidance each day, and for this church for teaching me this logical and practical Science. Thank you!

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    Susanne
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    Amen! I don’t know how I missed it, but for years didn’t really go to God for guidance on what He would have me to do, but more on how He could help me with my agenda! Fortunately the teachings in this church set me straight, and put me on a clear path. What a difference this has made!

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