Gods Will for your LifeGod’s will for our lives is not a mystery. It’s clear. It’s that we be sanctified – be holy and dedicated to God completely.

Sanctification does not happen by accident. It means opening every area of our lives to change for God’s glory. Allowing him to be Lord over every detail. That means if I’m not changing, I’m not being sanctified.

One of the primary ways God brings about sanctification in our lives is through other people.

“Sanctification is a group project.” (Pretty sure Tim Challies said something like this years ago).

One of the greatest sins of our age is individualism. Selfishly trying to do the Christian walk alone with little input from others. The second great sin is unsanctifying community. Doing life with others with no courage to call others, including ourselves, to change for God’s glory.

So if you’re reading this and ready for a change – then find some of God’s people who want the same and together pursue God’s will: sanctification.

Can’t find these kind of people? I know where a whole lot of them meet each week and would love to introduce you to them!

That means if I’m not changing, I’m not being sanctified.

#insightinaminute