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Mueller on five steps to determine God’s will

It’s the question many would love a clear answer on.

“How do I know it’s the will of God? How can I become better at discerning His desires and purposes?”

I’ve been reading Mueller’s autobiography recently, reflecting on his dependence on God and desire for God’s glory in everything. There’s a little section in there that’s worth sharing – how to ascertain the will of God.

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Christian: do we accept injustice?

We live in a world which says there is no God, he does not care, he has forgotten, he will never see it. Post-Christian Britain.

In this world without absolute moral standard, those who are born into poverty can be crushed. Selfish desires rule, and the oppressed are stepped on. The poor are drawn into nets of debt, and cannot escape on their own.

Does this sound dystopian? Perhaps a little OTT?

Go and have a quick read of Psalms 9 and 10.

These Psalms recount a single Hebrew acrostic poem of David, and move from a foundational worldview to a highly personal and individual plea.

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Types of missional business

Missional business (or Business As Mission) has been developing as a concept for mission for centuries, but has seen a reinvigoration in the last twenty years. One of the key questions facing those involved in deciding on missional business is: what type of enterprise is best?

Maybe you’ve started thinking and praying about how you could use the skills and experience God has given you in business or the trades. Maybe you have been convicted that God can use you to cross cultures to where the church isn’t yet present, in the UK or overseas? Perhaps you’re a church planting organisation or mission agency, thinking strategically about how you might cross barriers into a community, building relationships to enable a church to be planted.

So does it matter what type of enterprise is chosen?

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