How Do I Know What Decision God Wants Me To Make?

For a list of Bible verses on God’s Moral Will, CLICK HERE.

Check out these internet articles and blogs on God’s will by Jack Wellman, John Piper, R.C. Sproul, and a long list on Monergism’s website!

Some great audio teachings by John MacArthur on youtube blog, James MacDonald (4 part teaching for purchase) or (for preview on youtube), Greg Koukl’s “Decision Making and the Will of God”, John MacArthur on GTY, “How Do I Find God’s Will? by John MacArthur.

Here are some recommended books on the subject: “Just Do Something” by Kevin DeYoung, The Way of Wisdom by James MacDonald, John MacArthur’s booklet “Found: God’s Will”, “Decision Making and the Will of God” by Garry Friesen.

Here’s a great PDF of an excellent book written by Dave Harvey with Sovereign Grace Ministries about determining if you are called into the ministry called “Am I Called? Discerning the Summons to Ministry”


“God Guides us first through his Word, then through our heartfelt desires, then the wise counsel of others, and then our circumstances. At that point we must rely on our own sound judgment…God gave each of us a brain, and he expects us to put it to good use.” Bruce Waltke in “Finding the Will of God? A Pagan Notion?”

“So go marry someone, provided you’re equally yoked and you actually like being with each other. Go get a job, provided it’s not wicked. Go live somewhere in something with somebody or nobody. But put aside the passivity and the quest for complete fulfillment and the perfectionism and the preoccupation with the future, and for God’s sake start making some decisions in your life. Don’t wait for the liver-shiver. If you are seeking first the kingdom of God and His righteousness, you will be in God’s will, so just go out and do something.” Kevin DeYoung in “Just Do Something”

2 Responses to “How Do I Know What Decision God Wants Me To Make?”
  1. Justyna says:

    Wow, very good and helpful video! Thank You Jacob! Still, I think I should read more, because what to do if two choices seem to be equally worthy in terms of glorifying God. What if you really can not decide whats God’s best will? 🙂

  2. Jacoby says:

    That is a great question Justyna. In which case I would say to pray and weigh out the pros and cons of the decision, then give each pro and con a score in terms of importance. If you still don’t know and your heart is truly to glorify God then I am certain He will show you!! 🙂 Sorry, no fortune tellers here.

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